The book I checked out has been "recalled." What is that and what should I do?
Answered By: Stormye Hendrix
Last Updated: Jan 23, 2020

A RECALL is a request to get a book back from another borrower as soon as possible. A RECALL changes the original due date of the item, and the Libraries notifies you (the current borrower) of the new due date via an email notice. 

All patrons who fail to respond to a recall notice, including faculty, must pay substantial recall fees. Library privileges will be suspended until the recalled item is returned and the fee is paid.