Course reserves are textbooks and instructional materials that are set aside by instructors for use by CCSF students. Reserves include books, articles, homework assignments, videos/DVDs, and other instructional content. Because course reserves are shared by many, they are only available for check out for limited amounts of time. Using reserved textbooks saves students money. For faculty members looking for information on placing materials on reserve, please visit the Course Reserves.
Search Course Reserves
Look for course reserves using OneSearch, the Library search tool. Click the Course Reserves tab and search by Course, Instructor or Title. If you don’t see the book for your course ask your instructor to consider working with the library to put a copy on reserve.
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|How long can I check out reserve item?||Loans are short term, ranging from one hour to 7 days.|
|How much are fines for late reserve items?||Important!! : Reserves fines are 50 cents per hour. The reason for this high rate is that other students may need the book.|
|When are course reserves due back at the library?||Reserve books have exact return dates. For example, a book with a 24 hour check out period that was checked out at 1:30pm is due exactly at 1:30pm the following day. If this due date and time falls during closed hours, the book is due one hour after the library opens on the next business day."|
|Can I request or place a hold on a reserve item?||No; reserves must be checked out from and returned to same the library.|
|Can I check out multiple reserve items?||Yes; students may check out up to two books at a time. Textbooks with accompanying manuals or workbooks are counted as one book.|
|How much are fines for late reserve items?||This is important. Reserves fines are 50 cents per hour. The reason for this rate is that other students may need the book.|