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Renew books, check ASU Libraries due dates from anywhere as break approaches


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November 16, 2016

As the semester comes to a close, the ASU Libraries offer tools for faculty and students to manage their library accounts from anywhere in the world. 

All users can log into their library account online at to check due dates, renew items and verify that the correct email address is associated with their account. In addition, users can renew their items by phone at any time at 480-965-2595. As material due dates may change due to recalls by other users, it is important to monitor both your online account and email notifications to be alerted to those changes as soon as possible. 

For our users’ convenience, the ASU Libraries offer several exterior book returns to return materials 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Materials may be returned to any library book return, regardless of which library they were checked out from. Please note that library staff may process returned materials daily even if the library isn’t open, so due dates will be enforced accordingly.

For more information about library services during the intersession, please contact your specific library location. Contact information and hours for each location can be found on the ASU Libraries web site at

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