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Is there a limit to how many times you can renew a book from the High Library?

Last Updated: Jan 08, 2013  |  25 Views
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You can theoretically renew a book for an unlimited number of times as long as no one else has requested it. If you are using the library catalog to request the renewal yourself, you can only do that once. If you still need the materials, please call or stop by to request further renewals.

If this information does not answer your question, please stop by the reference desk or contact us:

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