Borrowing

Borrow

 

*Beginning March 14, all CUNY libraries will suspend regular overdue fines and recall overdue fines. This is to reduce the need for borrowers to return material to campuses or to negotiate fine payments in-person during the period affected by coronavirus closures.


Renew

  • Want to renew your materials via the Web? Select My Account below the OneSearch field on the homepage. This will take you to a login screen where you will enter your CUNYID and password. Once you are on your account page, go to Loans and select Renew for the book(s) you would like to renew.


If successful, a new due date will appear . If you do not see a new due date your book has NOT been renewed. Please note: If you have overdue items or, if there is "a hold" on the item you wish to renew, you will not receive a new due date.

To protect your privacy, close the browser window upon completion.

  • Overdue books, videos, music CD's, juvenile books, teacher's resources and reserve materials cannot be renewed.

  • Books will not be renewed if there is a block on your record.

Local Patrons: Renewals

Members of the following groups can renew their books at the Circulation Desk: Hunter College Alumnus, Hunter High School students, and Hunter College Now Students.

  • Overdue books, videos, music CD's, juvenile books, teacher's resources and reserve materials cannot be renewed.

  • Books will not be renewed if there is a block on your record.

There is more information on loan periods and renewal policies.

Request

Request Items through CLICS (books from any CUNY campus):

  • Search for the item through OneSearch.  If it is not available at Hunter, Select CUNY Libraries from the dropdown menu on the right side of the search field. You will be prompted to log in with your CUNY ID to request a copy from another CUNY Library.  If you wish to pick up your book at the Cooperman Library, be sure to select "Hunter" as  your pick up location.

  • The system will not allow you to request Hunter books to be held at Hunter unless they are checked out, then the book would be held for you when you return. If the desired book is on the shelf, you must go to the shelf to retrieve it.

  • The total number of CLICs loans a student can get is 50 and the total number of checkouts per day is 10.

From Libraries Outside of CUNY Using InterlibraryLoan (ILL) Service:

Return

  • To return the books you borrow from Hunter you can visit the circulation desks at the main campus, HPL or SWL.
  • You may return any books your borrow from Hunter at any CUNY library.