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Can I check out books in between semesters?

Last Updated: Dec 07, 2016  |  33 Views

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Students are allowed to check out books in between sessions as long as they have registered for the next semester. Before you can check out any books or technology, though, we will check the registration system to make sure you're registered.  As always, you will need your KSU ID to check out any items.

You do need to be registered for Fall Semester to check out books during the summer. If you have graduated or if you are not registered for Fall Semester you will not be able to check out books in the summer. 

KSU faculty, staff, and Friends of the Library members may also check out material between semesters.

If you have any questions, please call the Sturgis Library Check Out Desk at 470-578-6202 or the Johnson Library Check Out Desk at  470-578-7276.

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