You may borrow older journals and magazines for 7 days, with one renewal.
You may borrow recent issues (within the last year) over night. This means you may check them out during the last opening hour of the Library and must return them within the first hour of opening the next day,.
Once you request a book online through HKALL, the system immediately counts that into your HKALL loan limit; similarly, after you return the book at HKUST, the quota is not released until the lending library records the receipt.
You can place a "hold" at the Library Catalog. Find out more about the service.
Books borrowed from another library using your JULAC card are expected to be returned to the lending library. However, if the books are not overdue, you may return them at the Circulation Counter. Show your JULAC card to the staff on duty to use this service.
Books from other libraries borrowed through HKALL or interlibrary loan should be returned to the HKUST Library.
Books borrowed through interlibrary loan should be returned at the Circulation Counter.