To apply for a Library Card, students must complete and submit the relevant application form, available at the Office of the Registrar.
|No. of items||No. of days||Renewals allowed
Every Library Member may extend their borrowing period as many times as needed by accessing the Library Catalog website.
Library Members may not renew an item for which another Library Member has placed a request. Once a hold has been placed, the system will automatically prevent the item from being renewed.
Library Members may not renew items if they have outstanding overdue charges on their account. If they are unable to settle your outstanding fees but must renew an item, they may speak to a librarian who can make a one-time exception on their behalf. This one-time exemption will be recorded in the system.
If a patron is unable to renew an item themselves, they may speak to a librarian who can assist them in doing so.
Library members may place hold on item(s) when the online catalog shows the status of the item as “Checked Out”.
There is no borrowing fees at TU Libraries, But the overdue charges is applied in case your borrowing material(s) is overdue.
|Accompanying Material (General)||THB 5|
|Accompanying Material (1 days)||THB 10|
|Accompanying Material (3 days)||THB 10|
|Accompanying Material (7 days)||THB 10|
|Accompanying Material (2 hours)||THB 10|
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