Course Reserves are course-related materials made available through the UWB/CC Campus Library. Textbooks, films, and other Items owned by the UW Libraries or instructors may be placed on Reserve for short-term checkout. Some required course materials are available in electronic format (e.g. ebooks, streaming media). Most required textbooks are shelved in Open Reserves on the first floor of the library and generally have a 72-hour loan period. Some high demand textbooks are placed in Closed Reserves located behind the Circulation and generally have a 4-hour loan period.
For best results, enter a keyword or title search under Course Reserves in UW Libraries Search. You can also search by your instructor's last name or course number.
If you are searching for a Cascadia College course by course number, you must enter a "c" before the course abbreviation.
Please contact library staff at 425.352.5340 if you need assistance.
Fines on Course Reserves are assessed to encourage prompt return of materials. Fines apply all days and all hours, even if the library is closed, and are assessed after an item is overdue. Lost item processing fees are levied to defray the costs incurred by the Libraries in billing, processing sanctions, facilitating the return of items, and other activities related to the recovery of material.
For additional information, please visit the UW Libraries' Fines page.
UW Bothell/CC Campus Library book returns are located:
Reserve materials should be returned to the Circulation Desk where they were checked out. If the Campus Library is closed, UWB/CC Reserve materials can be returned to the after-hours book drop located directly outside the library or on Campus Way NE near the Library Annex..
Library users checking out Reserve materials are responsible for:
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Land Acknowledgment: The University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College Campus Library occupies Land that has been inhabited by Indigenous Peoples since time immemorial. Specifically, this campus is located on Sammamish Land from which settler colonists forcibly removed Coast Salish Peoples to reservations in the mid-19th century. Today, descendants of the Sammamish are members of several Coast Salish communities.