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Checked out items can be renewed in person, via telephone or online. *Note: Renewals are not always for the same length of time as the original loan period. The new due date is calculated from the date the renewal is submitted.
Checked out materials can be renewed at the front desk. You do not need to bring the items with you to renew them, but you will need to bring your Dominican College ID so the staff can look up your account. Tell the staff which books you wish to renew and they will make the renewals for you. A receipt will be printed out indicating the new due date for those items.
Call the front desk at 845-848-7505. Provide the circulation staff with your full name and the items that you wish to renew. Be sure to write down the new due date for your renewed items.
1) On the Sullivan Library homepage, hover over “Find” then select “Books, Ebooks, and more.”
2) Click on the “My Account” link.
3) Then click on the “Renew My Materials” link.
4) This will bring you to a log in screen where you need to input your User ID and Password.
Your User ID will match your DC username for the campus network. The trick here is that you need to type your username in ALL CAPITALS. For example, FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME1. Your password is your birthday as an 8-digit number. The format will be the year, month, and day. For example, if you were born on January 5th, 1990, your password would be 19900105.
5) Once logged in you can see which books you have checked out. Check off the material you want to renew and click the “Renew Selected Items” button.
Questions? Give us a call at 845-848-7505 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Go to the Google Scholar homepage and click on the three bar icon in the top left corner and then select Settings.
From there you will be taken to the settings page. On the left side of the screen, click on the tab that states library links.
In the search box, type Dominican College.
Below the search bar two boxes should come up indicating Dominican College, check both boxes and click save.
When you search for an article you should see FULLTEXT@DOMINICANCOLLEGE to the right of the article if it's in the library or in our databases.
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Yes. WiFi is open to DC students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Access to Wi-Fi is available throughout the Library. From your Wi-Fi settings, select the network name according to your affiliation with the College. Students can join "DC Student" (email@example.com and then your DC password). Faculty, staff, and administrators can join "DC Faculty" (firstname.lastname and DC password). Visitors may use the network name DCGuest for WiFi access. There is no password.
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Wait time for Interlibrary Loan:
Please note that lending any type of item is entirely up to the discretion of the lending library. Also, once we complete our processing, we don’t have control over how long it takes an item to arrive, so please do not wait until the last minute to make a request. Loan periods and renewals are also up to the discretion of the lending library. ILL service is also unavailable when the library is closed, such as for holidays.
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The Scannx Book ScanCenter is located in the Periodicals Room and the Huston Room. The machine makes scanning a much easier (and fun) process. Unlike traditional scanners, this machine provides the option of saving in a variety of file types (including making an MP3 file out of a scan of words). Additionally, you can save and send the scan four different ways – through a smartphone, email, Google Drive, or using USB. There are also helpful accessibility features!
Follow these step by step instructions.
6. Finally, send that file using the format selected at the start! If you have any questions about making a scan or need help with the accessibility features, please talk to a library staff member.
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The Sullivan Library is located in the west wing of Rosary Hall on the first floor. Follow the signs and path along the right side of Rosary Hall. Click here to get directions via Google Maps.
Faculty and staff designated parking spots are located adjacent to Rosary Hall. Please note these parking spaces are very limited.
Students and visitors may use the main lot located off Western Highway, across from Mountain View Ave. There is a walking path from the parking lot that leads up to front of Rosary Hall.
Please refer to the campus map for additional parking options.
The Sullivan Library primarily serves to meet the needs of the students, faculty, administrators and staff of Dominican College. Members of the public who are unaffiliated with the college are welcome to visit and use library facilities and materials for research and educational purposes.
All visitors must present themselves at the circulation desk with a valid photo I.D. (driver's license, passport, student ID, etc.). The library reserves the right to turn away solicitors or visitors who are not using the library for education or research purposes or disrupting library patrons.
Visitors under middle-school age must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
Services that are not available to visitors include: borrowing materials (including course reserves), accessing electronic resources from off-campus, interlibrary loan, and holds & recall of materials checked out by others.
Visitor services and access may be limited during final exams and other periods of increased use by the Dominican College community.
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All students, faculty, administrators and staff with a valid DC-1Card may borrow material from the library. Privileges are also extended to affiliated borrowers including: Dominican College alumni, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt and the students and faculty of St. Thomas Aquinas and Nyack Colleges. Books may be borrowed by students for three weeks and renewed for three additional weeks only. Students, faculty, administrators and staff may check out up to twenty five (25) books at a time. Affiliated borrowers may check out up to three (3) books at a time.
Library material can be checked out and returned anytime during normal business hours at the circulation desk. Material may also be returned after hours by using the book drop located outside across from library entrance.
Patrons may view their checkouts online by going to the Online Catalog and clicking the "My Account" link. Patrons may log in with their user ID and PIN number to view checkout history. Call the circulation desk at 845-848-7505 with any questions about accessing your account.
A fine of 5 cents a day will be charged on each overdue book. The library is not obliged to notify patrons about overdue books.
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There are three rooms in the library that can be reserved by students and/or faculty & staff—two rooms in the Learning Commons and the Computer Lab.
Check the calendar on the page to verify that the room is available on the day and time you need.
Fill out the room reservation form. Please make sure to review the room reservation policy before completing the form.
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Fines will be charged to students and affiliated borrowers for overdue material. The library is not obligated to notify a patron of overdue material. Overdue books will accrue at a rate of 5 cents per day. Patrons with more than $5.00 in fines will be restricted from borrowing material until the fine is resolved.
At the end of each semester the library will report students to the College’s Registrar who have outstanding unpaid fines and/or books that are overdue and have not been returned. The Registrar will withhold diplomas and transcripts until said fines are paid in full and/or overdue book(s) are returned or appropriate replacement payments have been made to the library. Once these conditions have been met then the library will inform the Registrar to release the student’s diploma and transcript.
Borrowers will be charged a lost item fee for lost or stolen library materials. Borrowers have the option of providing a presentable replacement copy with the same International Standard Book Number (ISBN) or paying the cost of the replacement copy. If a current replacement cost cannot be determined then a flat rate of $50.00 will be charged.
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The library offers access to 19 computers. There are 18 PCs (running Windows) and 1 Mac. These computers can be found throughout the library in the Learning Commons, Computer Lab, Huston, Lounibos, Holt and Periodicals rooms. There is wireless access throughout the building. We also have charging stations for mobile devices.
There are printers available for printing, scanning and copying. You'll need a DC-1Card to release any jobs to these machines. Printing costs 5 cents per page. Copies are 10 cents per page. Machines can print in black and white, not color.
DC-1Card funding can be replenished online at https://dc1card.dc.edu.
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Sullivan Library hours during Fall and Spring semesters:
Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 12:00am
Friday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm – 7:00pmHours vary during winter intersession. Extended hours offered during exam periods.