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Food and drink are allowed in Reynolds Library, but not at the library computers, per Reynolds policy 4-3. Library users who violate these restrictions will be asked to take their food or drink outside the library.
Non-Reynolds affiliates can only use the library electronic databases in the library. No off-campus access is available.
Holds may be placed on all circulating books that are currently checked out or are located at another Reynolds campus library. You must have a Reynolds student ID to place holds. To place an item on hold, start at the library catalog. Find the book you are searching for and then click on request this item. Then make sure to select the pick up location for the book.
Yes, you can return Reynolds library materials to any Reynolds campus library.
Group study rooms may be used by Reynolds affiliates for academic and college-related activities. Read more about study room policies here.
Yes, self-serve photocopiers and copies also have scanning capabilities. You must have a jump drive on you, in order to scan documents. Scanning onto a jump-drive is free.
Yes, self-serve photocopiers are 10 cents per page. For all printing related questions, please visit the Library Printing Guide
Students, faculty, and staff can check out materials using their Reynolds ID cards. Virginia state residents not affiliated with Reynolds must show their Driver’s License/State ID to apply for a community card at the circulation desk before checking out materials. Non-Reynolds individuals are the only ones that need a separate card.
Students may have up to 15 items checked out at one time. Community patrons may check out up to five items. See Loan Polices for more information.