Rules and Regulations
- There is no food or drink allowed in the library.
- Don't try to put books back on to the shelves, just leave them on the table.
- Clean up the workspace before you leave: push the chairs in and don't leave any mess on the tables.
- Computers are for research purposes only.
- You should leave your bags at the designated place in the Library.
- Do not use mobile phones while in the library and put the ringers off when you come into the Library.
- You should keep the noise level down; don't disturb other users in the Library.
- You should respect and protect the library property, desks, chairs, computers, etc…
- You should never write on, underline, mark, highlight or cut out text from any library materials.
To borrow books or other items from the library
- You must present your UBT ID card every time you wish to borrow books.
- Bring the books you wish to check out to the Circulation/Reservation Desk. You may borrow a maximum of 3 books at any given time.
- The loan period is 7 days and books are subject to recall after 3 days if requested by another user.
- You may renew your borrowing of a book once only for 7 days, if they have not been requested by another user. You should present all the books you wish to renew at the Circulation desk.
- Audio-Visual items can only be used in the library.
- Reference books or reserved items are not allowed to be taken out of the library.
- You will not be allowed to borrow any library material if you owe SR 50 or more in fines, or you have 3 items checked out in your name.
Fines are leveled against all overdue items
- SR 5 per day per book from the general collection
- SR 10 per day per book on periodicals
- All fines must be paid at the Circulation Desk
Damaged/lost books or resources
Replacement of damaged/lost items will be accepted, provided it is an exact copy of the damaged/lost book or resource, or you will charged SR 300 plus the fine for delay for every book or SR 100 plus the fine for delay for a magazine you lose or damage. Notification of all unpaid fines will be sent to the Registrar and finance office six weeks after the date of assessment. Failure to pay fines pay affect continued registration and graduation.
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