When a book or other item needed by a registered borrower is checked out, unavailable for some other reason, or not owned by the UNS library, you may request that it be borrowed from another library by filling out a printed inter-library loan request.
In UNS Library, you may request this material by using SAKTI Card (Kartu Sakti), which can be requested in the Book Return Division (1st floor, Main Building). SAKTI Card can only be used to read and copy books at University Libraries which become a member of FKP2TN
BORROWING COLLECTIONS FOR FINAL PROJECT EXAMINATIONS
Borrowing conditions for TA/Thesis/Thesis/Dissertation exams:
- The borrower comes in person by submitting proof of the TA/Thesis/Thesis/Dissertation examination. This evidence can be in the form of invitations to examiners, notices that exams will be held, and the like stating that the student will take the TA/Thesis/Thesis/Dissertation exam on the day, date, and place of the exam.
- Have a library membership card.
- The number of collections that may be borrowed is 10 (ten) copies, including a maximum of 3 (three) backup books/CR.
- The loan period is 3 (three) days, except for the reserve book/CR 1 (one) day.
- The library membership card and proof of holding the exam are kept by the officers.
- Late fines according to applicable regulations.
- If the book has been returned and has been processed by the officer, the borrower is welcome to take the identity/membership card of the UNS Library UPT and proof of holding the TA/Thesis/Thesis/Dissertation exam to the officer.
Going on holiday? Take your Library with you!
With a holiday loan, you can borrow books at closing hours before holidays, and you may bring special collections which are not allowed to borrow at regular periods. But remember, you must return the book exactly in the morning (09.00 WIB) after the holidays end, or you have to pay some fine. You can ask for more detail about holiday loans and the fines with our librarians.
Some collections you can borrow for holiday loans are Closed Reserve collection, and Dutch collections.