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Fordham Forward Libraries: Circulation & Reserves

Circulation & Reserves

The Fordham Libraries’ Circulation & Reserves staff are ready to welcome you back for Fall 2021 with full services available for the semester, including:

  • Self-service options, like self-checkout units at Walsh and Quinn libraries, which are available whenever the libraries are open;
  • Our Books to Go program—place a hold in the library catalog and library staff will retrieve the item for you from the stacks; 
  • Patron-accessible self-service hold pickup locations at each campus library; 
  • A Document Delivery service, with most requests fulfilled within 3 business days; 
  • An active Digital Reserves collection, which is also accessible from the Library Catalog

Faculty submissions for Fall 2021 Reserve Book requests can be made through the online Reserve Book Request Form.

Specific Circulation & Reserves Information for:

Walsh Library

Holds

Available holds will be located in the Atrium for self-service pickup and self-checkout for 5 business days following initial notice that the items are available for you. Allow up to 3 days for Walsh items and up to 5 days for Quinn and Westchester items.

Self-checkout

Self-checkout units are available in the Atrium across from the Circulation & Reserves Desk whenever the Library building is open.

Department Hours

The Circulation & Reserves Desk generally will be open from 8:30am-7pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:30am-6pm Friday. Staff can be contacted online, as well:

Group Study Rooms

Group study rooms are available at the Walsh Library for the Fall 2021 semester. Please visit the room reservations page for more details.

Quinn Library

Visit Quinn Library's information page.

Westchester Library

Visit Westchester Library information page.

 

For more information about Access, Circulation and Reserves, please visit our Access & Borrowing page