‘Community’ borrowers include members of the public, Adelaide School of Art, Carnegie Mellon, William Light Institute, Audit, OUA students not studying a course with UniSA, reciprocal and ULANZ reciprocal borrowers.
For further information about community borrowing please contact Ask the Library.
To register visit the Library between 8.30am-6.00pm Monday - Friday.
You will need to bring photo ID and will be required to pay the annual charge (if applicable) when registering.
12 months from the date of application.
Physical items can be returned at any UniSA library via internal or external returns chutes.
For locations of returns chutes and more about the facilities at each of our campus Libraries please see the Campus Libraries pages.
Library fines are applied for non-returned, lost or damaged items to encourage the return of items by their due date and allow for equitable access to resources.
Each overdue item is invoiced for $110 Lost Item Replacement fee.
This fee is separate to any overdue fines accrued and will need to be paid if the item is not returned.
Return your overdue item; then you will only be liable for any associated overdue fines.
If you have lost the item please contact Ask the Library.
Overdue main collection recalled items will accrue fines at $2 per day overdue. Main collection items that continue to be overdue are invoiced at 28 days.
You can pay fines in person, by phone or by mail:
GPO Box 2471
Please note: Library fees cannot be paid by WebPay, Post BillPay or Bpay.
Library staff will consider all legitimate concerns relating to fees.
Reasons that do not constitute a basis for dispute include:
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