A valid library card from Cannell Library is
required to borrow Clark College library materials including course
reserves that are restricted to library use only.
All current Clark College students, faculty and
staff may obtain a library card at the Cannell Library Check Out
Desk by presenting picture identification and confirmation of
their current mailing address regardless of residence.
Residents of community college service district
14 and over age 16 may apply for a Cannell Library card with valid
picture identification and proof of current residence.
Cardholders are responsible for the prompt return
and the physical condition of any items checked out on their card.
Lost or stolen cards must be reported.
Books in the general collection are loaned for
21 days. If any item is overdue, it must be returned or renewed
before any more materials may be checked out. A maximum of 2 renewals
is allowed provided there are no holds for the item. All circulating
items are subject to recall at any time.
Reference books, periodicals, most reserves for
classes and certain other designated items are not permitted to
be removed from the library. A total limit of 15 Cannell Library
items checked out per library card will be enforced.
Library materials are checked out and returned
to the Check Out desk. To return materials when the library is
closed, green metal boxes are located just outside the Library
entrance and near the parking lot on the north walkway to central
Students may borrow one videocassette, audiotape
or CD for use inside the library at a time. Listening/viewing equipment
is available on the second floor. Faculty may only check out videocassettes
for their Clark College classes.
- A limit of 15 items per patron may be checked out.
Books in the general collection check out for three weeks.
- A maximum of two renewals are allowed provided there are no
holds on the items being renewed.
- Periodicals are for library use only and holds cannot be placed
on them. Class reserves are not subject to renewal.
- Class Reserves
- Materials placed on reserve by instructors are available from
the Check Out Desk. A maximum of two print reserves and one audiovisual
item may be checked out for use. Reserves cannot be renewed or
have holds placed on them. Loan periods vary depending on class
- Overdues and Damaged Fines
- Overdue items and fines for damaged materials may prevent Clark
College students from receiving grades and transcripts or registering
for classes. Check out privileges will be suspended and Clark College
students blocked when library materials are billed. All items must
be returned and/or fines paid before a library block is released.
- Lost and Found
- Lost and Found Items are held at the Circulation Desk for a
short time, then taken to Campus Security in Central Gaiser Hall.