|Loan periods||Renewals||Item limits|
|Undergraduate students||14 days||3 renewals, 14 days each||50|
|Graduate students||42 days||3 renewals, 42 days each||100|
|Staff||42 days||3 renewals, 42 days each||100|
|Faculty members||42 days||3 renewals, 42 days each||100|
|Direct borrowers||14 days||2 renewals, 14 days each||100|
|Research readers||14 days||2 renewals, 14 days each||100|
|Alumni||14 days||no renewals||25|
|Alumni research readers||14 days||2 renewals, 14 days each||100|
|Continuing studies students||14 days||no renewals||25|
- Fines are charged at the rate of $0.50 / day per book.
- Fines on Course Reserves books are $0.50 / hour per book.
- Fines for recalled books are $2.00 / day per book.
Library privileges will be withheld when fines are $25 or more.
- In person: Visit the circulation desk of the library
- Online using the Pay Library Fines online payment system [FAQ]
Please note that medical or other documentation is normally required to reduce or forgive fines. Without documentation, fines are normally not excused for the following reasons:
- Did not renew item on time
- Forgot the due date
- Did not receive a courtesy or overdue notice
- Was not able to renew online
- Was unaware of library policies
- Borrowed the item for someone else
- Returned late by someone else
- Did not report TCard stolen
Materials placed on course reserve by a professor are shelved behind the circulation desk and normally circulate for two hours (though the professor can opt for anything between and hour and two days).
There is no machine for adding money to your TCard in the DG Ivey Library. The closest locations to add money to your TCard are at Robarts library and the Earth Sciences library. You cannot pay in cash for printing
Note: printing in the New College Computer Facility is $0.03/page.
Lost books and / or accompanying media are subject to a $145 replacement charge at most libraries. The library reserves the right to charge fines in addition to the replacement cost.
Payment of fines or replacement of lost materials is handled on a case-by-case basis. The DG Ivey library follows the University of Toronto libraries policies on lost materials.
The DG Ivey Library has two study rooms that can accommodate groups as large as 10. These rooms are signed out on a fist-come-first served basis for two hours. They cannot be booked in advance and the two hour sign-out period cannot be extended. Keys can be signed out from the circulation desk.
The DG Ivey Library hires new student staff in August each year. Calls for applications will be posted on the iSchool’s job site and on the library’s blog. The library hires a mix of undergraduate students and students enrolled in the iSchool studying to be librarians.