Contact information and policies
Marianopolis College’s Library is in the C-Wing and the entrance is on the 200 level.
For assistance, please email or call ext. 289.
As part of the College’s ongoing renovation project to upgrade its heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and sprinkler systems, the Library is closed until the end of January. When the College is open, Library staff are available 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and can be reached via email.
Library is closed:
December 25-January 3
Marianopolis College has a host of material for students to borrow for free by presenting their College I.D. cards.
Fines: At the time of check-out, students must note the date and time their items are due. If they return the item after its due date or due time, the item will be considered late and they will be charged a fine.
|Item||Loan period||Charge per item|
|two-hour Reserves||two hours||$5 per hour for a maximum of $25 per item|
|24-hour Reserves||24 hours||$1 per day|
|three-day Reserves||three days||$1 per day|
|seven-day Reserves||seven days||$1 per day|
|14-day Reserves||two weeks||$1 per day|
|Reference*||three hours||$1 per day|
|Magazines and Periodicals*||two hours||$1 per day|
|Circulating Collection||two weeks||50 cents per day|
|Films||two hours||$5 per hour for a maximum of $25 per item|
|Music||24 Hours||$1 per day|
|Laptops*||three hours||fines handled by ITS|
|Recalled items||$25 per day|
|Lost or stolen or damaged items||Replacement cost of each item|
* may not be borrowed overnight
Renewals: Books from the Circulating Collection may be renewed once online via My Account for an extra 14 days. Further renewals of books from the Circulating Collection may be made at the Library (without the books in hand, with the student’s College ID card). Books which have been requested by another student cannot be renewed and must be returned by their due date.
Holds: Students may request that a book on loan be placed on hold, so they are guaranteed to receive the book when it is returned. If students are unable to locate a book or periodical on the Library shelves, they may request a search at the Circulation Desk.
Abandoned items: Students are charged $5 per Reserve, Reference or Films/Music item that they borrow and abandon anywhere at the College, including in the Library.
Total fines of $5 or more: Students will lose borrowing privileges temporarily if they have unpaid fines that are equal to or in excess of $5. Their borrowing privileges will be reinstated after they pay the outstanding fine. At the end of the semester, all students with outstanding overdue books and library fines will be placed on the Library’s suspension list and their names will be forwarded to the Finance Office for Billing.
Overnight Reserves: Many two-hour reserve items can be borrowed overnight starting at 4 p.m. Monday to Thursday and over the weekend starting at 2 p.m. on Friday. They must be returned by 8:30 a.m. on the following school day. Students cannot borrow a book if there is only one copy on the Reserve shelves.
Copibec’s exclusions list indicates the categories, works and publishers that are not covered by the College’s license with that organization. Under the College’s Copibec license, members of the College community may reproduce 10% or 25 pages (whichever is less) of a work that is intended specifically for college-level education, or 15% or any other book or periodical covered by the Copibec agreement. For reproductions that exceed that or to copy any items on the exclusions list, students should contact Information Services Librarian Matthew Flanagan and Marianopolis employees should consult the Copyright section of the Launchpad.