Creighton students, faculty, and staff may check out up to 25 items at one time from the Circulation Desk with a valid university ID card. You are responsible for items checked out on your card. Visitors are welcome to use library materials on site, and some may be entitled to Guest Services or Reciprocal Borrowing privileges. The following table lists the materials available for check-out and the loan periods for each.
Notes and Exceptions
Graduate students - 1 semester
Faculty - Through March or September
Journals (hard copy)
Library use only
Media equipment available in the Library.
Consult the Library Catalog (CLIC) for Kindle e-books.
Dry erase markers
Library use only, except calculators
Hold or Search
If a book you need is checked out or not on the shelf, we can search for it and place it on hold for you. To receive notification when the item becomes available, please submit the information requested on the form provided here:
Hold or Search
You may renew materials in person or online with a valid university ID card (guest card holders may not renew items). To renew online, log in with your NetID (all caps) and PIN number, available upon request from the Access Services staff. Items cannot be renewed if they are already overdue or have already been placed on hold:
Items must be renewed or returned, in good condition, by the due date. After a 14-day grace period, you will be fined $5 per item. If an item is not returned within 42 days, you will be charged a replacement fee plus $10 for processing. We will waive the replacement charge when materials are returned.
Fines for overdue Course Reserves are 25 cents per hour for hourly items, and $1 per day for three- and seven-day items. If material is not returned, you will be charged the fine and replacement costs.
The Library may suspend your borrowing privileges if you have overdue materials or fines. We may also block registration or place a hold on your university records. The Library accepts payment in any of the following forms:
Direct payment for Creighton materials to:
Direct payment for interlibrary loans to: