​San Diego Library Circuit Consortium

Something to Remember

The books are loaned for 28 days and may be renewed twice. Fines are $1.00 a day, and after 15 days the books are considered lost and you will be billed for $115. The Circuit is a privilege, and we are guest users of another library's collection. You may go directly to another Circuit library and borrow materials. The Circuit agreement only applies to books loaned through the database and delivery program.

For more information about the San Diego Library Circuit, inquire at the the Circulation Desk at Copley Library or the Legal Research Center.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the San Diego Library Circuit Consortium?
  • What does the San Diego Library Circuit do for me?
  • How do I use the San Diego Library Circuit?
  • How can I check on the status of my request and know when the book arrives?
  • Where do I pick up the books?
  • How long will you hold the books for me?
  • How long can I keep the books from another library?
  • How many books can I have at a time?
  • Where do I return the books?
  • What is the penalty if I return books late?
  • Why won't the system let me make a request?
  • Can I just go to another library and borrow the books myself?
  • Can I request journal articles and media (non-print) materials?
  • What about books not owned by Circuit Libraries?