Cirulation is the primary function of the Library and encompasses the activities centered around the lending of the library's materials to its patrons. It is the terminology used to reference the library's duty to facilitate and monitor the circulation of materials from its collection.
Inman E. Page Library practices the policy of Open Stacks; a stack refers to the shelving in which the majority of the library's circulating materials are kept. In practicing a policy of open stacks any of the patrons of the library can enter into the space, without identification, where these circulating materials are kept to retrieve materials; however, to check out the materials patrons need to present their idenfication and/or a library card.
Effective July 1, 2011
All community patrons must have a Missouri River Regional Library Card. Community patrons are not permitted to use the computers (outside of those designated for research only). Jefferson City resident patrons are limited to a maximum of three items for check out and must have a Missouri River Regional Library Card to participate in Lincoln University's Community borrowing privileges.
Students from consortia institutions must present their official student ID card to use Page Library and to borrow library materials. Consortia borrowers will adhere to the official check procedures designated in the consortia agreement established by their home institution.