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Open space lockers are available to UMBC students, faculty, and staff only for a semester.  Over 200 lockers are located on floors 3 through 7.  Application for lockers is made by filling out an online application form on the library web site.  The following link will take you to the Online Locker Application Form.

  • Materials kept in lockers and locker keys are the responsibility of the user. The library takes no responsibility for material lost, stolen or damaged while stored in lockers.
  • The Library will not open a locker in the case of a forgotten key.
  • Food and drink may not be stored in lockers.
  • Library books charged out for home loan, if they are not overdue, may be kept in lockers. Other library materials may not be kept in lockers.
  • Library staff will have access to materials stored in lockers, will periodically make unannounced inspections and may remove materials from them.
  • If staff members do remove materials, they will notify the user.
  • You will be contacted near the end of the semester regarding your locker. Locker keys must be returned, in person, at the end of the semester by the Due Date to the Circulation Desk of the Library. Lockers will be cleared for future reassignment after the end of the semester. Locker contents will be considered abandoned property and will be held in the Library lost and found for one year.
  • To avoid the above, you must notify the Circulation Department of address changes so that correspondence will reach you.
  • Keys are subject to a late fee of $1.00 per day up to a maximum of $15.
  • Keys not returned before the first day of the next semester will be considered lost and you will be assessed a Locker Key Replacement Fee of $20 in addition to the late fee.
  • Please advise the Library Circulation Department immediately if you lose your locker key. This will enable us to rekey the locker for another student's use. If we have a locker available, upon payment of a $20 key replacement fee, we will issue you a locker.
  • Locker assignments are non-transferable.
  • Violation of these rules may result in suspension of privileges.

Graduate Study Rooms are available to UMBC enrolled Graduate Students.  Four students may be assigned to a room each with his/her own study space and lockable book bin.  Graduate Study Room numbers are 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 454, 455, 456, 457, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 654, 655, 656, 657, and 658.

Daily Lockers

Daily lockers are available to UMBC students, faculty, and staff for a 24 hour period.  Daily locker keys are checked out at the Circulation Desk and are subject to the following conditions:

  1. Daily lockers are charged out for 24 hours.  The loan cannot be renewed.  Should a patron require another daily locker, the original key must be returned and a different locker key to a different daily locker will be issued if available.
  2. When a daily locker key is returned, all material must be removed from the locker.
  3. Materials kept in daily lockers are the responsibility of the user.  The library takes no responsibility for material lost, stolen, or damaged while stored in lockers.
  4. Library material properly charged out to a patron, if not overdue, may be kept in daily lockers.  No other library material may be kept in lockers.
  5. Library staff will have access to materials stored in daily lockers and may remove material from them.  If staff members do remove material, they will notify the patron to whom the daily locker key is charged out.
  6. Daily locker keys are subject to late fees of $5 per day up to a maximum of $50 per key.
  7. Daily locker keys not returned within 30 days of the due date will be considered lost and the responsible patron will be assessed a Locker Key Replacement Fee of $20.

guideline implemented 9/90 written 8/10/92, revised 10/8/96, revised with web page dated 4/25/08 on 8/12/08, rev MD 8/28/12, edited 10/1/08 LD, rev 10/07/14 MD.

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  1. Open space lockers are available to UMBC students, faculty, and staff only for a semester.  Over 200 lockers are located on floors 3 through 7.  Application for lockers is made by filling out an online application form on the library web site.  The following link will take you to the Online Locker Application Form.

    • Materials kept in lockers and locker keys are the responsibility of the user. The library takes no responsibility for material lost, stolen or damaged while stored in lockers.
    • The Library will not open a locker in the case of a forgotten key.
    • Food and drink may not be stored in lockers.
    • Library books charged out for home loan, if they are not overdue, may be kept in lockers. Other library materials may not be kept in lockers.
    • Library staff will have access to materials stored in lockers, will periodically make unannounced inspections and may remove materials from them.
    • If staff members do remove materials, they will notify the user.
    • You will be contacted near the end of the semester regarding your locker. Locker keys must be returned, in person, at the end of the semester by the Due Date to the Circulation Desk of the Library. Lockers will be cleared for future reassignment after the end of the semester. Locker contents will be considered abandoned property and will be held in the Library lost and found for one year.
    • To avoid the above, you must notify the Circulation Department of address changes so that correspondence will reach you.
    • Keys are subject to a late fee of $1.00 per day up to a maximum of $15.
    • Keys not returned before the first day of the next semester will be considered lost and you will be assessed a Locker Key Replacement Fee of $50 in addition to the late fee.
    • Please advise the Library Circulation Department immediately if you lose your locker key. This will enable us to rekey the locker for another student's use. If we have a locker available, upon payment of a $50 key replacement fee, we will issue you a locker.
    • Locker assignments are non-transferable.
    • Violation of these rules may result in suspension of privileges.

    Graduate Study Rooms are available to UMBC enrolled Graduate Students.  Four students may be assigned to a room each with his/her own study space and lockable book bin.  Graduate Study Room numbers are 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 454, 455, 456, 457, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 654, 655, 656, 657, and 658.

    Daily Lockers

    Daily lockers are available to UMBC students, faculty, and staff for a 24 hour period.  Daily locker keys are checked out at the Circulation Desk and are subject to the following conditions:

    1. Daily lockers are charged out for 24 hours.  The loan cannot be renewed.  Should a patron require another daily locker, the original key must be returned and a different locker key to a different daily locker will be issued if available.
    2. When a daily locker key is returned, all material must be removed from the locker.
    3. Materials kept in daily lockers are the responsibility of the user.  The library takes no responsibility for material lost, stolen, or damaged while stored in lockers.
    4. Library material properly charged out to a patron, if not overdue, may be kept in daily lockers.  No other library material may be kept in lockers.
    5. Library staff will have access to materials stored in daily lockers and may remove material from them.  If staff members do remove material, they will notify the patron to whom the daily locker key is charged out.
    6. Daily locker keys are subject to late fees of $5 per day up to a maximum of $2050 per key.
    7. Daily locker keys not returned within 30 days of the due date will be considered lost and the responsible patron will be assessed a Locker Key Replacement Fee of $5020.
  2. Please capitalize the L in "Library" in the first bullet point.