Q. Is there a lost and found in the Library?
Answered By: Whitney Vitale Last Updated: Aug 04, 2015 Views: 385
Answered By: Whitney Vitale
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2015 Views: 385
- Lost and found items may be kept behind the CID or in the Dean’s Office, on the second floor. Items collected at the CID are brought to the Dean’s Office at the end of each business day, where they are tagged with the current date and entered into the Lost & Found logbook. If an item has any identifying information (student IDs, books or notebooks with names written in them, wallets, purses, etc.), the Dean’s Office attempts to contact the owner via phone or campus email. Found items are kept for approximately 3 months in the Dean’s Office. After this time, if the materials have not been claimed, they are discarded.
- If you wish to report an item lost, you can do so by visiting 216 Library, calling 405-744-6322, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a specific description of what was lost, along with your name, phone number, and/or email address. This information will be entered into the Lost & Found logbook. As items are turned into the Lost & Found and cleaned out of the Lost & Found collection, they are compared against the list of what has been reported lost. If items in the logbook match the materials turned in, the owner is notified via phone or email.