How do I return library materials?
There are 3 ways you can return library materials (additional details below):
- In person at a Drake Library book drop or at the Circulation Desk during open hours
- At any one of the participating SUNY libraries accepting returns from Brockport
- Via postal mail
You are encouraged to use the book drops located outside of the library whenever possible.
Next to the entrance of the Drake Memorial Library
In the Tower 3 stairwell on the west side of the library accessible via the Allen Loop
2/10/22 Note: The book drop located under the bridge between Drake Memorial Library and Tuttle North on New Campus Drive is temporarily unavailable due to construction.
We can also take curbside returns if you need that service, please contact us to schedule your curbside return.
If you are no longer near Brockport and need to return materials borrowed from Drake Memorial Library:
Books owned or borrowed at Brockport can be returned to many SUNY libraries throughout the state. The list of campuses accepting Brockport items can be found here.
You may also mail items back to the Drake Library. The mailing address for returning items:
Drake Memorial Library
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, New York 14420
Note: Books may be sent at lower cost by requesting "Media Mail" at the Post Office.
Receipts for returns are generated automatically and sent to your Brockport email address. Drake Memorial Library does not charge fines for overdue materials in our collection, except for Course Reserves items.
If you have any questions, please contact the Library Circulation Department at (585) 395-2277, via email at email@example.com, or get in touch with a librarian through our Ask A Librarian page for further assistance.
Please keep an eye on this page for further updates.
Answered By: Ken Wierzbowski
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2022 Views: 518
2. Meet with a Subject Librarian
We can meet with you in person, virtually or reply via email.
Appointments are generally available as soon as tomorrow. If your needs are urgent, you should email the appropriate librarian for your subject below.