Library Policies Law Library and Resource Center
Current students, faculty, adjunct faculty, and staff of Jacksonville University have borrowing privileges at the College of Law Library. A valid Dolphin 1Card is required to check out materials. Your Dolphin Card is your Library card. To obtain a new Dolphin Card, contact Campus Security.
Due Dates and Overdue Notices
All patrons are responsible for returning library materials on or before the date the material is due. Due dates can be found online by logging into your library account.
The Library sends notices via e-mail to patrons alerting them of overdue materials. Notices are sent to institution e-mail addresses only (ju.edu email). The Library is not obligated to send overdue notices, but does so as a courtesy. A courtesy notice will be sent before an item is due. Two overdue notices will be sent, and if necessary, a final notice stating the charges incurred for the item(s). Failure to receive a library notice does not remove the borrower’s obligation to return the materials by the due date.
Fines and Fees
If an item is overdue for 45 or more days, the item will be considered lost and replacement fees will be charged. If you receive an overdue notice or bill for an item that has been returned, or you believe has been returned, contact the Library.
All fines will be charged to your student account and can be paid online through My JU. You may also pay library charges at the Cashier’s Office (located in the Howard building). The Library does not accept payments of any kind.
During library hours, all materials should be returned to the law Librarian.
For more information about the library's borrowing policies, please contact Colleen Skinner.
The Library does not charge overdue fines for normal circulating materials. Replacement fees will be charged for lost or damaged items.
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Consistent with accreditation protocol dictated by the American Bar Association (ABA), the Jacksonville University College of Law began the accreditation process in the spring of 2023. Our goal and highest priority is to achieve provisional accreditation by the time our first class of students graduates. The College of Law is not currently approved by the American Bar Association (Council of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738) and makes no representation to any applicant that it will receive approval from the Council before the graduation of any matriculating student.
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