The Lending Library  

Donations and Early Checkout ​August 16 – August 18
Regular Check Out August 21
Lending Library Due Date December 8

The Lending Library Process

The Lending Library (TLL) opens during finals week for book return and student donations. 

  • BONUS:  Students who donate can check-out a book early.  There is no waiting list for those who donate. 
  • Veterans may be able to obtain a voucher from Advising for early checkout. (Check with your Veteran Advisor)
  • The week following finals and the first week of classes is for book returns and general check-out.
  • If students at South Lake want to borrow a book housed at the Leesburg campus, the staff can reserve the book and have it interoffice mailed.
  • Students complete a form to borrow books and sign a statement promising to return the book by a certain date. 
  • Non-Return Policy:  A hold is placed on students’ account for the value of a used book.  They are also placed on a Do Not Lend List.  When the book is returned or replaced the hold is removed.

General Studies Students  

Course Code
Course Name
ACG 2071
Management Accounting
AMH 2010
U.S. History to 1877
AMH 2020
U.S. History Since 1877
AMH 2035
U.S. History Since 1945
AML 2010
American Literature to 1865
AML 2264
Survey of American Literature:
AML 2264
Southern Women Writers
ANT 2000
Introduction to Anthropology
ARH 2000
Art Appreciation
ART 2750
Introduction to Ceramics
ASL 2140
American Sign Language I
BSC 1010
General Biology I With Lab
CGS 1100
Business Computer Applications
CRW 2000
Creative Writing I
CRW 2000/2002
Creative Writing II
EEC 2732
Health, Safety & Nutrition For
EEC 2732
Young Children
ENC 1102
Composition: Literature
ENC 2210
Technical & Professional Writing
ENC 2300
Composition: Argumentation
ENT 4004
EUH 1000
Western Civilization I
EVR 1858
Environmental Regulation and Compliance
EVS 2893
Environmental Sampling & Analysis I W/Lab
FIN 3400
Financial Management
GEB 1430
Business Ethics & Etiquette
GEB 3452
Legal & Ethical Environment of Business
GEO 1000
Introduction to Geography
HUN 1201
Nutrition with Diet Therapy
LIT 2930
Selected Topics in Literature
MAC 2233
Calculus for Business
MAC 2311/2313
Calculus with Analy Tic Geometry I
MAE 2801
Elementary School Mathematics
MAT 0027
Developmental Mathematics Ii for Liberal Arts
MET 1010
Introduction to Meteorology with Lab
MET 1010C
Introduction to Meteorology with Lab
MGF 1106
Liberal Arts Math
MGF 1106/1107
Explorations in Math
MTB 1370
Math for Health-Related Professions
MUH 2011
Introduction to Music
OST 1100
Keyboarding & Document Formatting
OST 1100
Advanced Document Formatting
PEL 1341
Beginning Tennis
PSY 2012
Introduction to Psychology
REL 2300
World Religions
SLS 1501
Foundations of Success Seminar
SPN 1121
Elementary Spanish Ii
Elementary Spanish I

Bachelors Degree Students

Course Code
Course Name
ACG 3024
Accounting for Managers
GEB 3213
Advanced Business Communications
GEB 3452
Legal & Ethical Environment of Business
GEB 4525
Organizational Development
ISM 3011
Introduction to Information
MAN  3240
Organizational Behavior
MAN 3240
Organizational Behavior
MAN 3240
Organizational Behavior
MAN 3353
Management Theory & Applications
MAN 3860
Management of Not-For-Profit Organizations
MAN 4301
Human Resource Management
MAN 4720
Strategic Management
MAN 3802
Marketing for Managers
MAN 3802
Marketing for Managers
MNA 4037
Introduction to Project Management