Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: Dec 16, 2016     Views: 22

Overdue emails are sent around the time the book is due but you won’t actually be fined until the book is about a month overdue. After that point a book is considered “lost” and you will be billed for the replacement cost to buy a new copy. If you return the book then the bill will be removed, but a small processing fee may still be charged. University of Illinois patrons who borrow I-Share books are subject to the fines/billing policies of the lending school.

If you have questions about an overdue notice contact the library that owns the item. If you have a question about a bill contact the Library Billing Office.

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