Answered By: Eileen Kramer Last Updated: Aug 27, 2020 Views: 303
If you do not pay your library fines, your library account and your student/ PAWS account could be blocked. This will prevent you from registering, graduating, getting transcripts and getting your grades. Your library account is different from your PAWS accounts.
To pay for a library fine, please visit our FAQ on how to pay for library fines.
When you owe fines on your library account, you lose library borrowing privileges. Courtesy notices for overdue items and fines are sent to your Georgia State University email account. You can also check your library account to see fines and items that are overdue, damaged, or lost.
After approximately one week, fines on your library account are transferred to your student account, causing a hold to be placed on the account. The hold in PAWS will keep you from registering for classes, accessing grades, student funds, requesting transcripts, and even graduating.
Outstanding fines can be paid on campus at the cashier’s office on any campus or online by using PantherPay. Consult Student Financial Services for more information about how to pay or again, visit our FAQ on how to pay for library fines.
If you have questions about library fines, contact the library service desk at your campus library or you can email the library circulation team. Fine policies are included under “Circulation and Borrowing” on our Policies page.
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