Renew/Holds

Online Card Catalog – click to place a hold or renew items checked out on your account. Please allow 24 hours for your account to reflect updates.

Login using your entire library card number. 

Please add eglinlibrary@gmail.com to your contacts list in order to receive overdue notices/renewal notices or check your spam folder. Overdue notices sent as a courtesy.

What items do you have available for checkout?

  • Adult Fiction/Non-Fiction/Biography
  • Children and Young Adult Fiction/Non-Fiction/Biography
  • CLEP and DSST Study Guides
  • ACT/SAT/ASVAB/AFOQT Study Guides
  • New Movies on Blu-Ray and DVD (Search by keyword. Enter DVD to search movie collection).
  • Language Learning Books and Audiobooks
  • CSAF Reading Lists

How do I keep items longer? Can I renew them online?

Yes, you can renew, extend or recheck-out several ways:

  1. Online: Login with your Library Card (barcode #)
  2. Call: 850-882-9308
  3. Email: eglinlibrary@gmail.com
  4. You can also drop by with or without the items and make your request in person

You can place a Hold:

  1. Online: Login with your Library Card (barcode #)
  2. Call: 850-882-9308
  3. Email: eglinlibary@gmail.com

Are there any Overdue fines?

Military libraries do not charge Overdue fines. You are signing out government property; the expectation is that you will use it respectfully and return it in a timely manner.

What happens when I lose or damage a Library book or other property?

The sponsor is responsible for all items checked out on his or her account. Per AFI 34-150, he or she must purchase a NEW copy of the exact same item to replace the damaged or lost one.  Hardback books must be replaced with hardback copies.  Items may be shipped directly to the Library; email a copy of the purchase order to eglinlibrary@gmail.com to have your account updated.  If you have trouble finding the exact replacement contact the Library staff for alternatives, 882-9308.

I am going TDY and need to keep things longer.

If you are going TDY, please let us know when you check out.  We will give you a special Due Date based on your trip time frame.  Deployments are usually too long for this service, but ask us and we’ll try to assist you.

RENEWAL/OVERDUE POLICY
Checkout/Hold Limit – You may have up to 15 items total checked out on your card at one time. Combined total of 15 DVDs/Blu-ray/Books/Audiobooks at one time. Limit of 2 new items allowed.

Books, Audiobooks, Language CDs

  • Checkout period: 14 days
  • 2 renewals unless requested by another borrower

New DVDs and Blu-Ray

  • Checkout period: 7 days
  • no renewals
  • Limit of 2 new items allowed

DVDs and Blu-Ray

  • Checkout period: 7 days
  • 1 renewal unless requested by another borrower
  • Combined total of 8 DVDs/Blu-ray at one time

GoChip Beam

  • Checkout period: 14 days
  • no renewal
  • 1 per card

Kindle Fire/Samsung Galaxy/Playaway Launchpads/Kits (littleBits Electronics)

  • Checkout period: 14 days
  • 1 renewal
  • 2 per family

Board Games/Puzzles

  • Checkout period: 14 days
  • 1 renewal

DSST – Credit by Exam program offers students the opportunity to use their knowledge acquired outside of the classroom (perhaps from reading, on-the-job training, or independent study) to accomplish their educational goals. Students can visit www.getcollegecredit.com to review offered exams, test prep, and locate a test center. Thousands of colleges and universities recognize and recommend DSST exams.  DSST Exam Guide PDF Download

CLEP – The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course. Developed by the College Board, CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program, available at more than 2,900 colleges and universities. Pass any of the 33 CLEP exams and achieve your college and career goals.

Eglin Education Center – The Education Services staff provides counseling services on military academic planning, Community College of the Air Force, tuition assistance, commissioning programs, Air Force Institute of Technology, high school diploma or equivalency certificate, military correspondence courses, vocational training, veteran’s educational benefits, and testing and professional military education, which includes Air War College and Air Command and Staff College seminars.