Item check out and check in
Reserve items check out and return
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) materials pick up and return
Library lost and found
Checking Out Materials
All patrons must present a current ENMU ID, Guest ID, or Passport
Faculty loan period: All items due at the end of the semester
Graduate Students loan period: 8 weeks
All Others loan period: 3 weeks
Lost or Damaged Books
When a book is lost, the patron is charged a flat fee of $60. If an item is damaged, the patron may be charged to replace it if the library staff is unable to repair it.
Renewal of Materials - Items not on hold, recall, or overdue may be renewed by contacting the Circulation Desk at 562.2634, or in person.
Placing a Hold - A patron who needs an item that is checked out may have a hold placed on it at the Circulation Desk. This hold will identify an item upon its return, but will not trigger a search of the stacks.
Recalling an Item - All library material currently checked out may be recalled for another patron. The current borrower is sent a notice that the book is due after it has been held one week. Patrons not returning recalled materials within 3 days of the new due date will have their borrowing privileges blocked until recalled materials are returned.
Patron Printouts - Upon request, a patron will be provided a list of all items charged to their ID card.
Privileges - All fines are recorded. At the end of the semester, accounts with overdue materials are charged as the materials are lost. All accounts with $60 or more in fines are reported to the Registrar’s office to be charged directly to the student’s ENMU account. This may result in hold on the student account, or locking access to transcripts. Once reported to Registrar’s office, fines are to be paid to the university and not to the Golden Library.
Right to Appeal - All borrowers have the right to appeal library charges or suspension of privileges. Appeals are made to the Circulation Supervisor.
Confidentiality - Golden Library protects the confidentiality of its borrowers in compliance with Section 18.9 of the New Mexico Code Annotated (Library Privacy).
For additional information, contact Krystina Ferrari, or call 575.562.2634.