You can now borrow books and Emerging Technology from any of our 5 campuses - our Grab & Go pick-up service is available!
Learn more about the "Grab & Go" Library pick-up service.
Returning Library Items: Library books can be returned to the book drop-boxes at the entrance of each campus between 7am - 7pm any day of the week. For more details, see the Return & Fines section of our FAQ page.
Centennial College students, staff, faculty and alumni have borrowing privileges at all campus libraries.
Alumni may borrow up to two print books excluding items on short term loan. Items may be renewed by phone or email.
You must show a valid student, employee ID card or alumni card to borrow library material.
|Books||2 weeks||$0.25 per day, $25 max||Yes|
|Textbooks||1, 3 or 7 days||$1 per day, $25 max||No|
|Reference books||In-library use||n/a||n/a|
|Reserve material||Restricted circulation, varies||$1 per hour or part, $25 max||No|
|Magazines and periodicals||In-library use||n/a||n/a|
|DVDs||3 days||$1 per day||No|
|Leisure reading collection||2 weeks||$0.10 per day||Yes|
|Laptops and Netbooks||N/A||$5 per hour or part||No|
|iPads||N/A||$25 per day||No|
|2 weeks||$10 per day||Yes, limit 1|
Current students, staff and faculty can renew books online, if another user has not requested the items. Your Library account must be in good standing with less than $10 in outstanding fines.
To renew online, login to your Library Account.
Need help? Contact us.
Holds and Campus Delivery
You may request material from another Centennial College campus for delivery by placing a hold.
More information about how to place a hold is available on our FAQ page.
Returning Borrowed Materials
Borrowed material may be returned to any campus with the exception of the following which must be returned to the owning campus. ·
- Reserve items
Fines may be paid at any campus.
Loss and Damage
Your Library account will be charged replacement or repair costs for lost or damaged library material and equipment, plus a $15 processing fee.
Outstanding fines or fees may result in a hold on your Library account. Account holds impact your ability to register in courses, request transcripts and apply for graduation.