Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: Feb 08, 2018     Views: 1476

For patron privacy, once you return an item to the library, it is removed from your library account. Unless you have any unpaid fines associated with the title, there will be a record of that fine.

In the future, if you want to track the books you have checked out, you can either compile the checkout receipts you receive when you check items out, or you can create a My List and save your list for later!

Comments (3)

  1. A history of borrowed items and date returned would be most helpful. For instance, I returned 4 dvd's in the night drop in Fort Bragg. My account shows that one of those dvd's is still checked out to me. I wish I could see which dvd's the library thinks I returned.
    by Wendy on Feb 15, 2016.
  2. A history of borrowed items is important! I've read 2 books of a trilogy and have forgotten the author's name.
    by Jacquie on Sep 04, 2016.
  3. Thanks for your comment! This was a good reminder that we needed to update this page - the My List feature now saves your list indefinitely, so it's a better way to keep track of things like this. Here is a link to another question about the My List feature:
    by Reference Staff on Sep 07, 2016.