Information on loan periods, scheduling videos for classroom viewing, ILL, reserves, library rooms and space, designating a surrogate or proxy borrower.
Surrogate Borrower status allows a designated UC student or staff member to checkout library materials for a faculty member.
To designate as a surrogate, fill out a form online or in person at the Circulation Desk.
Books (second floor): 120 days
Popular Reading (first floor): 28 days
Media: 7 days. Media on hold for classroom use by another instructor must be returned 3 days prior to the classroom viewing date.
Faculty may borrow journals and periodicals. Please see a UC librarian.
Reminders and Overdue Notifications
Faculty receive the following notifications for UC library books that they have borrowed:
Sign on to use your ILLiad account here.
Special note regarding ILL and reserves:
Books and articles acquired through InterLibrary Loan cannot be placed on reserve. "... libraries are allowed to engage in ILL arrangements, so long as the arrangements "do not have, as their purpose or effect, that the library or archives receiving such copies or phonorecords for distribution does so in such aggregate quantities as to substitute for a subscription to or purchase of such work." (Section 108 of Copyright Law. http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/libraries-and-copyright/interlibrary-loan/)
Interlibrary loan is not intended to be a substitute for reserve readings. Multiple requests for the same article can result in substantial copyright charges for the UC library, and will not be filled by the ILL staff.
Please see the Assistant Director of the Library or the Resource Sharing and Electronic Reserves Coordinator if you have any questions regarding ILL and reserves.
Coordinator of Circulation Services
Frank E. Gannett Library
1600 Burrstone Road
Utica, NY 13502-4892
Faculty in need of meeting or classroom space should contact their School office.
Group study rooms are are in high demand and for for the exclusive use of Utica College students for academic purposes. Because this high demand, they are not available for faculty, classes, or other group use.
The Kelly Teaching & Learning Center classroom is is at the center of the newly configured “learning commons” on the first floor of the Library. It is designated for library instruction,and serves as an open lab for students when it is not in use by library staff.