You can request books from the other libraries by clicking on the “Request Item” button in the book record. In most cases, requested books will be delivered to Augsburg within a week.
If you have any problems requesting books, contact the Research Desk at 612-330-1604.
Your Augsburg ID must be registered in the library’s online system before you can use many library services. ID cards are made at the Circulation Desk on the Street level of the library. An Augsburg ID does not entitle you to check out materials from other libraries, you will need to request those materials through Interlibrary Loan.
Augsburg alumni can apply for a “Lindell Library Borrowing Card” at the Street Level Circulation Desk.
You are responsible for the timely return of all material borrowed on your ID, whether or not you receive any reminder of overdue notices from the library. Loan periods vary, so be certain you understand the due date for all material at the time of check-out. If the due date changes, we will contact you at your AugNet e-mail address.
The library system will send reminder notices of overdue material each week that the item is overdue to your AugNet e-mail account. If the item is eligible for renewal and you want to renew it, choose one of the methods for renewing the item outlined in the email.
Four weeks after the due date, books are considered lost and subject to billing for replacement. The overdue and billing process is accelerated for items with shorter checkout periods. The minimum replacement charge for all items is $65, including a nonrefundable processing fee. All replacement bills are referred to the Business Office, and appear on your monthly fee statement. All correspondence about the overdue and billing process take place via email.
Departments are financially responsible for materials checked out by their faculty members, and department chairs may be notified of materials that need to be billed.
- Rooms can be used by groups of two or more people.
- Groups can use a room for a maximum of two hours.
- Rooms can be reserved up to two weeks in advance.
- Unscheduled groups must vacate a room when a scheduled group arrives. Groups lose their right to the room if they do not claim it within ten minutes of their scheduled time.
- Persons studying alone may use a group study room if open, but priority is given to groups of two or more.
- Group study rooms are not to be used for regularly scheduled meetings.
Lindell 301 is reserved by Event Services during weekdays (8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. during the school year) and by sign-up sheet next to the door evenings and weekends.
There are small group study rooms in the Gage Center on the Link Level that cannot be reserved in advance. Those rooms are open for use after 5 pm weekdays and during the weekend.