To check out materials, patrons must have a Library card, which is available at the Library circulation desk. 10 items may be checked out at time.
Books: Check-out is for 21 days, with a one time renewal unless another library patron has reserved the material.
Interlibrary Loan Materials: Check-out is for 21 days, with no renewal, $1.00/day overdue fine.
Magazines/Journals: With the exception of the current issue, magazines and journals can be checked out for 7 days, with a one-time renewal and $1.00 per day overdue fine.
Newspapers, videos and reference materials are not checked out.
Cell phones need to be put on a silent or vibrate mode when coming into the Library and all calls should be taken in the lobby.
Computer Usage: All Library computers have Internet access as well as Microsoft Office available for use by students and community members. Computers users need to sign in at the circulation desk. Laptops with wireless Internet access are available for check-out within the Library with a student ID.
Internet Policy: View the Internet Policy Addendum to the Neosho County Community College Internet Usage Policy.
Internet Use and Minors: Students under age 18 must take an Internet Permission form for Minors home. A parent or legal guardian must fill it out, sign it, have the student sign it, and return it to the library. Students under 18 will not be able to access the Internet until there is a signed form on file in the library.
Reserves: Patrons with a library number may reserve items directly on the Library online catalog. A last name and a current library card number are required to do this. Any reserved items must be picked up at the library within two days upon notification that the material is in, or the reserve will be taken off.
Patron Status Online: Patrons may view the materials they have checked out, materials they have put on reserve, and any outstanding fines by clicking on the "patron status" button in the Library Catalog. The patron's last name and library number must be entered in order to access this information.
Interlibrary Loan: If Chapman Library does not own the material you are looking for, it can be requested by the Library staff from other libraries throughout the state of Kansas via the Kansas Interlibrary loan system. Please ask staff about this service.
Lost or Damaged Materials: The patron is responsible for lost or damaged items. The price of a replacement for the book or magazine, plus $10.00 processing fee for each item will be charged to the patron. A hold will be placed on the patron's record, and transcripts will not be issued or the patron allowed to enroll until the items are paid for.