Retiree Information

CSB/SJU retired employees retain their in-person library privileges. CSB/SJU retired faculty also retain remote access to library services with their CSB/SJU retiree email account.

All retirees wanting to use the library will be asked to obtain a retiree ID from Security or Life Safety.

Placing a Hold:

If something is currently checked out or the book is available, but you do not have time to grab it or you would like it transferred to the other campus you can place a “Hold”.

Unfortunately, the “Place Hold” button will not work but use the following form.
Intercampus Delivery – CSB+SJU

Placing an Interlibrary Loan Request:

Unfortunately, the “Request item through Interlibrary Loan” or “Find It” buttons will not work but use the following form.
Interlibrary Loan Request (

You will receive an email as soon as your item becomes available.

  • Requested books are held for seven days after which they will be returned to the lending library.
  • Requested articles will be delivered electronically, in which case your email will include a URL and PIN which you will use to read, print, or download your article.

Renewing a book:

Please stop by either Library, give us a call or drop us an email [email protected] to have your materials renewed.

The Circulation Offices can be reached at 320-363-5604 (CSB) or 320-363-2120 (SJU).

Overdue Policies:

After an item is overdue for five weeks, a processing fee of $10 and a replacement cost will be charged. The replacement cost will be refunded if the item is returned within three months of the billing date.

Using your local public library:

Individuals living in Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd, and Wright counties are eligible for a free Great River Regional Library card.  Apply Here:  Apply For Your Free Library Card! | Great River Regional Library (

With your Great River Regional Library card, you have access to physical items in any one of their 32 branches giving you access to nearly 1 million books, CDs, DVDs, and other items, as well as access to public computers, library programs, and other services.

Browse their online catalog to see everything available. Your card will also give you access to their digital materials (eBooks, eAudiobooks, and online databases) as well as Hennepin County's digital collection.

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