Renewing Online

Materials from the CSU Stanislaus Library and Link+

Most books, compact discs, journals, theses and videos borrowed from the University Library collection can be renewed online your personal Library Catalog account .  Books borrowed via Link+ can also be renewed via these steps.  (To renew Interlibrary Loan materials, see below.)

To renew University Library materials:

  1. Access the University Library Catalog.
  2. Choose "My Account" (from the upper-right hand corner).
  3. Login using your last name and your library barcode number (or student ID number).
  4. Choose "Renew All" (or mark specific items to be renewed and choose "Renew Selected").
  5. Note the new due date for the renewed items. (Please note: not all materials may be renewed online. The Overdue and Fines page includes some information on allowable renewals.)

Note:  Be sure to check the due dates after renewing to make sure the titles have been correctly renewed.  For accounts with many titles checked out, use the Sort by Due Date button before renewing to make sure any messages about ineligible renewals are displayed at the top of your list of books checked out. Also see the "Renewing Link+" page for more information.

Please visit or call the Circulation Desk (667-3234) for any questions related to renewing University Library materials.


Interlibrary Loan Books

Some books borrowed from another library via Interlibrary Loan may be renewed, at the discretion of the lending library. Use the ILLiad system to request a renewal. Photocopies of journal articles do not need to be returned.

To request a renewal for Interlibrary Loan materials:

  1. Login to the ILLiad system.
  2. Choose View/Renew Checked out items.
  3. Follow the instructions to request a renewal for desired items.
  4. Note: Renewal of ILL books is not automatic and is subject to the approval of the lending library.

Please see the ILL FAQ or contact the ILL department (209-667-3236 or ill@library.csustan.edu) for any questions related to renewing materials borrowed via Interlibrary Loan.