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Borrowing for LSE students and staff

If you have an overdue loan you will no longer be charged a fine – but you won’t be able to borrow anything else until your overdue is either returned or renewed.

Books that have been requested by another Library user must be returned. Otherwise you can renew them for up to 52 weeks before they should be returned. 

Here are the details of what type of material LSE students and staff  are able to borrow, how many and how long they can be borrowed for.

Number of items
Borrowing Number of Items
   Undergraduate Postgraduate  Research  Teaching

 Main collection:

Normal loans and Rec.texts 

 20 20  40  40 
 Course collection 20 20  40 40 
 Total items  20 20  40  40 

Duration of loans

Loans
   Undergraduate Postgraduate  Research  Teaching 

Main Collection:

Normal loans and Rec. texts

 3 months   3 months  3 months  3 months
 Course collection 3 days  3 days    7 days    7 days 

My Account

Everyone who is able to borrow books from the Library will be able to access their account on-line via the link on Library Search.   

Students and staff from LSE will be required to use their IT account log-in details.

Accessing your account allows you to:

  •  see what you have borrowed
  •  see the dates items are due for return
  •  see a list of items you have reserved and if they are available for collection
  •  and, importantly, to renew your books

Fines and charges

If you have an overdue loan you will no longer be charged a fine – but you won’t be able to borrow anything else until your overdue is either returned or renewed.

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