All Pacific faculty (including emeriti), students and staff are eligible to borrow library materials. A current valid Pacific ID is needed for check out.
|Pacific Undergraduate Students||Pacific Graduate Students, Faculty and Staff||Pacific Adjunct and Emeriti Faculty*||Pacific Alumni**||Other Special Borrowers**|
|Books||28 days||180 days||180 days||28 days||28 days|
|Leisure Reading||28 days||28 days||28 days||28 days||28 days|
|Reserves||2 hours - 3 days||2 hours - 3 days||2 hours - 3 days||no loans||no loans|
|Journals||no loans||1 week||1 week||no loans||no loans|
|Item Limit||none||none||none||10 items||10 items|
* Adjunct faculty are eligible to borrow library materials for the duration of their appointment. Emeriti faculty are eligible to borrow library materials for their lifetime.
**Alumni and Special Borrowers must first obtain a library card. For more information about Community Member Privileges, go here.
Library materials are due at the time and date stated when borrowed, renewed, or recalled.
Library items can be requested for pick-up by current students, staff, and faculty by using the "Request It!" feature in the online catalog. Requested items will be retrieved and placed on hold at the Stockton Campus Library Ask Us Desk. An email notification will be sent to the requestor, alerting them that the material is available for pick-up for 10 days.
Materials not included in the library's collection may be requested through interlibrary loan using PacificILL. Additional information about PacificILL can be found on the Interlibrary Loan page. Only current University of the Pacific students, faculty, and staff are eligible. You can contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
Materials are subject to replacement fees based on the cost of individual items lost. Interlibrary loans are also subject to replacement fees in the amount charged to Pacific from the lending library. Accounts with overdue items will be blocked, which will affect access to library databases.
- All circulating materials are subject to recall after 2 weeks, meaning that another borrower can request the item and a new due date will be issued to the original borrower.
- Failure to return a recalled item within 7 days will result in a loss of further borrowing privileges until the item is returned.