Fax Services


Circulation Department

 

SENDING A FAX

 

Where?

Faxes may be sent from the Smith Library Circulation Desk, located on the main or Mezzanine Level. For more information, please call 973-972-8538.

When?

The service is available during all library hours of operation, but is suspended fifteen (15) minutes before closing time. No faxes will be sent at that time.

Who?

Only users with a valid Rutgers University ID are eligible to use the fax service and must present their ID. Student users of the service must be currently enrolled in a course.

Charges?

$1.00 for each page, including cover or transmittal sheet. Cash and checks are accepted as payment.

Payment?

Payment is due at time of transmittal.

What?

Only materials related to educational purposes may be faxed. The Library accepts no responsibility for damage to materials during the fax process, so it is suggested that delicate originals first be photocopied and the copies sent as a fax transmission. A fax confirmation will be presented as a confirmation of successful transmission; the Library can only guarantee that the fax was sent. To confirm that a fax was received, it is the responsibility of the user to contact the site for verification.


 

RECEIVING A FAX

 

Where?

Faxes may be picked up at the Smith Library Circulation Desk, located on the main or Mezzanine Level. For more information, please call 973-972-8538 (x2-8538). Please call the Circulation Desk to notify them that you would like to have a fax sent to that machine, both to obtain the correct fax number and so that the staff may anticipate its arrival.

When?

The service is available during all library hours of operation.

Who?

Only users with a valid RU ID are eligible to use the fax service and must present their ID. Student users of the service must be currently enrolled in a course.

Charges?

$1.00 for each page, including cover or transmittal sheet. Cash and checks are accepted as payment.

Payment?

Payment is due at time of transmittal.

What?

We ask that only materials related to educational purposes be faxed. The Library accepts no responsibility for damage to materials during the fax process or lack of a timely receipt of faxed materials. It is not the responsibility of the Library to notify users of receipt of faxed materials.