View Current Loans

The Current Loans option from the Account Summary screen displays the titles of items you currently have on loan with your library, or any applicable branches along with the due date.  If your item is overdue, the due date will display in red.  If you have just returned books, please allow enough time for the books to be checked back in.  If you find an error on your account, please consult a librarian.

Click My Account on the PAC toolbar.  If you have not already logged on, you will be asked for your Patron ID Number and PIN.  The Account Summary dialog opens.  Click Current Loans.

In Current Loans you can:

Let's take a closer look at the Current Loans dialog using the example below:


Click the title of the item to view the label display for each item.  The numbers on the far right, as shown in the example above, 1 - 4, indicate how many items are on your list.  The Current Loans toolbar displays a Print button, and a Renew button, which becomes enabled when you select one or more items from the list.  See below for detailed instructions on how to use these buttons.


To Renew Items

From the Current Loans screen you can easily renew the item you have borrowed.  Click the check box to the left of the title for the item(s) you want to renew.  The Renew button is activated.
To renew all of the titles displayed, click the check box to the left of Title.  Check marks will display for every item shown on the Current Loans screen. See the example below:


Click Renew in the toolbar.
:  If the item cannot be renewed, a message displays indicating 'Item cannot be renewed.  Check at the circulation desk.'


To Print Current Loans

TIP!  For the best print results, use Print on the Current Loans toolbar instead of your browser.

Caution:  If you plan to use the library's printer, there may be a fee involved for printing.  Check with the front desk for applicable fees before sending your information to the printer.



See View Account Summary for more information about My Account.
See also View Fees, View Holds, View Loan History, or View Saved Searches.