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FAQ about the Kendall College Library

Where is the library located? 6th floor South

What are the library hours?
Monday 8 AM - 7 PM
Tuesday 8 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday 8 AM - 7 PM
Thursday 8 AM - 7 PM
Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
Saturday 9 AM - 4 PM
There are no weekend hours between quarters

Can I bring food and drink into the library? Yes

Do I need a library card? Your college ID serves as your library card, but you must create a new account at the time you request any material. You may do it in the library, but it can be done over the phone or online.

What ILL loan options are available? Currently enrolled students and employees may generate their own requests for books owned by I-Share libraries. However, your school ID bar code must be inputted into the library’s records before you are able to request materials. Please contact library staff for further information.

How do I renew materials? Patrons may renew their own library materials by accessing their library account by selecting “My Account” link in the upper menu bar on the I-Share page. They may also be renewed at the Circulation Desk of Kendall’s library or any I-Share library.

What are the library’s loan periods? Reserve materials have a two-hour loan period. Circulating materials are loaned for two weeks. Reference materials and periodicals do not circulate.

What is the policy for reserve materials? Reserve items are held behind the Circulation Desk. You can check out these materials with your Kendall ID for use in the library for a two-hour period.

What is the policy on copyright? The Kendall College Library adheres to the provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, United States Code) and in good faith follows the law’s fair use clauses with regard to providing course reserves and the making of photocopies of materials from its collections for research use. Library staff will not make copies of materials that are intended for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research. Library users are responsible for complying with the copyright law with regard to any copies that they receive from the Kendall College Library as well as copies they make by using the photocopiers and printers.