|Q: Who is Eligible to Apply for a Proxy Card?|
|Q : Who is responsible for damaged, lost, overdue or recalled material checked out on the proxy card?|
Answer: The faculty sponsor is responsible for any damaged, lost, overdue, or recalled material checked out on the proxy card. The Library will not bill the proxy card holder.
|Q: Who will receive overdue notices, recall notices, bills or other library correspondence relating to the account?|
Answer: The faculty member will receive all correspondence relating to the proxy card holder. The proxy card holder will not receive notices.
|Q: How will I know which proxy card holder checked out an item for me?|
Answer: You will not be able to tell which proxy card holder checked out items for you. It will appear as though you checked out the item. This is a limitation of the system.
As a result, the Library recommends limiting the number of proxy card holders to three in order to more easily manage your account.
|Q: How will I know who my proxies are and when my proxy cards need to be renewed?|
Answer: If you view your record on-line, you will see information about each of your proxies: their names and their individual card expiration dates. To renew a proxy card holder account, download a renewal form from the library website and bring it into the library circulation desk. You may also contact Library Circulation Staff and request information about your proxies.
|Q: How long can I keep someone as my proxy?|
Answer: You may choose to have someone as your proxy for an entire academic year or for several quarters. The options are listed on the proxy card application.
|Q: Can my proxies renew my items for me?|
Answer: They may do so over the phone or in person. They will not be able to log into your account unless you provide them with your personal barcode number and pin number.