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When can I renew a book? How? Can I renew Mobius Books?

Last Updated: May 20, 2015  |  305 Views

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Books can be renewed that
  • are within 7 days of their due date
  • are not overdue
  • have not been requested by another borrower
  • have not reached the renewal limit
may be renewed using the My Account function of the catalog.
  • Login to My Library Account.
  • You can renew selected items by placing a check in the box next to items on the list and clicking on Renew Marked OR click on Renew All to renew everything you have checked out
  • New due dates will be displayed in addition to the word "Renewed" in italics
  • Note: Items that other patrons have placed on hold and items with restricted loans cannot be renewed; a system message will tell you that renewal is not possible.

MOBIUS books may be renewed twice.

Patrons also may renew by e-mail (, by telephone (314-977-3087), or by bringing materials to the Circulation Desk.  If a book has reached its renewal limit, it must be brought to the Circulation Desk to be checked in before it can be renewed again.

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