Who can check out material
Each HACC Campus Library has laptops available for student use. There are In-Library use and out of library use laptops. Availability and checkout periods vary by campus.
The HACC library AV collections are available for viewing in the campus libraries by students. Students should contact your closest campus library staff to ask to view AV material.
Staff may book AV material using the Booking Media (Staff only) link. An item can be booked using the “Book It” button on the full record in the catalog.
Note: Any student who lives more 25 miles from the nearest HACC campus may request to have books sent to them by contacting Library Technical Sevices (firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-780-2543). The HACC Library will send the item directly to the student. Please note that the student will be responsible for returning the item back to the HACC Library in a timely manner to avoid the regular overdue fees.
Yes, materials may be renewed online by visiting the online catalog. Click on the “My Library Account” at the top right side.
Just login using your my|HACC username and password, then click on the "Checkouts" tab, then click on each box next to each item you want to renew. Then click on “Renew Selected Items.” Make sure a new date due is displayed for each item you are renewing. If an item does not renew, please call your campus library. Items may not renew if one of the following conditions exists:
**Interlibrary loan books cannot be renewed through the catalog. Interlibrary loan books are checked out for a three week period, unless the owning library gives a shorter loan period. A request for interlibrary loan renewal must be made by talking your local campus library staff or to the interlibrary loan staff person at 717-780-2551.
Renewals/Holds for Emeriti, Alumni & High School Borrowers -- If you are not a current HACC student or employee, use this link to renew material. Use your Library ID and 6-digit birth date (MMDDYY).
Material on reserve
The libraries’ reserve collection includes books, journal articles, videos and other material selected by instructors for use in specific courses. The loan period for these items varies but is generally in library use.
Physical reserves items are located at the circulation desk at your campus library. You must have your HACC ID and know the course name and the instructor’s name to access reserve material.
Reserve materials are listed in the online catalog.
Electronic Reserves are accessed through the Springshare E-Reserves system.
The link to Electronic Reserves is on the library homepage.
Fines or fees
HACC IDcan be used at other colleges to borrow material - As long as the HACC id has a current security tag on it and the college is an Associated College Libraries of Central Pennsylvania participant. ACLCP is a consortium of academic and research libraries.
The following colleges/universities are members: