Answered By: Darren Chase Last Updated: Sep 12, 2014 Views: 234
Normal loan material can be renewed up to 3 times for all borrowers, as long as no one is waiting for the material.
Short-term loans (reserves) may be renewed in person only, at the library where they were checked out, if no other patrons are waiting for them.
To renew material online:
- Click on Catalog Account on the library homepage.
- Select the catalog that is appropriate for your material (STARS for Main Campus or HSL for Health Sciences)
- Log in with your Stony Brook NetID and password.
- Click on “My Account” or "Library Account" on the toolbar.
- Click on “Loans.”
- Click on “Renew All” (or choose individual titles to renew).
- A message will appear if any items in the record are non-renewable.
Any of the following conditions will prevent you from renewing your material:
You are not a registered student
Your borrowing account has expired
There is a restriction on your borrowing record
You owe the maximum allowed for your patron status type
The material has been recalled by another patron or reserve
There is a hold on the material
You have reached the renewal limit
The material itself is non-renewable