Technology Loan Policies
- Current students only may check out iPads from the Circulation Desk with a valid La Verne ID.
- iPad loan period:
- three (3) days. (Due at closing time the third day after checkout.)
- 4 hours
- Available on a first come, first serve basis.
- iPads are NOT renewable. (Must wait a minimum of 24 hours after check-in time before checking out an iPad again, due to their high demand.)
Applications: iPads are preloaded with apps selected by the Library staff. Any data saved on the device will be deleted upon return.
- Do not leave iPads unattended.
- The first time a borrower checks out an iPad, they must read and sign a loan agreement accepting responsibility for any loss or damage to the iPad.
- Upon return, iPads will be checked to ensure all equipment is intact.
- Patrons must return all peripherals borrowed with iPad.
Late Fees (3 day checkout): $30.00 per day
Late Fees (4 hour checkout): $30.00 an hour
Damage/Replacement Cost: $500.00 iPad; $50.00 iPad cable
Laptop Loan Policy
- Current students, faculty and staff may borrow laptops from the Circulation Desk with a valid La Verne ID.
- Laptop loan period is four (4) hours.
- Laptops may only be used in Library.
- No overnight loan of laptops
Applications: Microsoft Office 2000 Professional
- Do not leave laptops unattended.
- The first time a borrower checks out a laptop, they must read and sign a loan agreement accepting responsibility for any loss or damage to the computer.
- Upon return, computers will be checked to ensure all equipment is intact.
- Patrons must return all peripherals borrowed with laptop.
Late Fees: $10.00 per hour/per item (laptop plus 2-part power cable)
Damage/Replacement Cost: $1,200.00
Laptops may be renewed at the Circulation Desk if current demand is low.
- Saving your work early & often to your personal cloud drive or USB flash memory drive is highly recommended!
- Previous search history and all saved files will be cleared from the computer upon shutdown or if computer freezes.
- If you wish to print, save your file to a flash drive or email it to yourself, then bring it up on one of the library PC workstations and send it to print from there.