In your Library account you can:
Why and how do I sign in?
Signing in also allows you to use online library services:
To sign in, click the Sign in link at the upper right corner of the screen and enter your student ID barcode number (14 digits) and password. Your default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number (if you wish to change your password, contact your library). You will know you are signed in when your name appears in the upper right corner of the screen. Make sure you Sign out at the end of your session.
Why should I sign out?
Signing out ensures your library account, personal settings, search history, and e-Shelf contents cannot be viewed by others. Signing out is most important when using a public computer; however, it is good practice to sign out no matter where or how you are accessing Novanet.
You can also sign in to your Novanet Library account from the Novanet results page.
Sign in using your Mount ID barcode (14 digits starting with 2935900) and PIN (usually the last 4 digits of your phone number). Note: your myMount ID will not work on this screen.
An alternate access to your Library account can be found via the user panel in upper right of the Novanet results screen. Click on "Sign In".
Your account information will display your active Loans. You can renew all of your checked out materials at once by clicking on Renew All or one at a time by using the check boxes and the Renew Selected link.
Note: The Borrow Anywhere, Return Anywhere program allows you to return your books at any participating academic or public library
Click on Requests to view the status of books ordered from other libraries using the Hold option.
This list does not include books and articles requested via document delivery. Please login to your Document Delivery account to view the status for your document delivery requests.
If you have any , you can view them in the section of your library account.
Although most general loan items no longer accrue late fines, library material from other collections (Reserves, multimedia, etc) are still subject to late fees due to their high demand, hard-to-replace nature. All items are still subject to replacement costs if they are overdue for an extended length of time.