Your Marshall District Library card will give you access to print and electronic library materials, online databases and computer use in the library. When you receive and sign your library card you accept responsibility for use of the library and for any damaged or not returned materials and/or overdue fines. Lost library cards should be reported promptly.
It is important that you do not lend your card to anyone. Keep your card in a safe place and take the time to monitor your account regularly. Report lost/stolen cards immediately so no one else can use your card. You remain responsible for any activity prior to your report.
We recommend you monitor your account regularly via the “Your Account” page. By entering your name and library card number on the “Your Account” or “Login” screen page via the library’s catalog, you can view your checked-out material and review due dates and fines.
Changing Your Personal Information
Please report any changes to your account information to the Library. To update any other personal information, visit the library’s Help Desk. You will be required to show proof of your new address.
Most Marshall District Library cards expire after three years (the Corporate Card expires after one year, Non-Resident cards will expire after 3 months, 6 months, or one year.) To renew an expired card, you must visit the library to verify all information is still current. If you do not visit the library after your card has expired your account will be removed and you will need to fill out a new application with proof of address.
Lost/Stolen Library Cards
You MUST report lost or stolen cards immediately to the library to stop any activity. Please check with the library to verify any materials currently checked out and/or late fees. You will need to reconcile all activity so that a new card can be issued. There will be a charge of $1.00 to replace lost cards. You may be asked to provide support to verify a stolen card or stolen materials (e.g. police report).
Accessing “Your Account”
You may access your library card account while using the online catalog by clicking on the Your Account Login tab. You will be prompted to enter your name and library card number.
Patrons wishing to view their account may click here for instructions on how to log in to their personal accounts. A successful log in will enable you to view the items you currently have checked out with due dates, overdue items, reserved items waiting to be picked up, outstanding reserve requests, and outstanding late fees. From this page, you may also renew items provided that they are not overdue and no other patrons are waiting for the item.
Patrons wishing to save their reading history may click here for instructions on how to save reading history.