Answered By: Jo Nash
Last Updated: 14 Jul, 2017     Views: 1990

There are various ways to pay Library fines:

  • In cash, by coming into the Library and using the self-service kiosk on the Ground Floor of the Library
  • In cash, by coming in to the Library and paying at the Help Desk (if the self-service kiosk is unavailable)
  • By card, online through the Library catalogue (see links) and logging into My Account using the 1956xxxxx number on your Brunel ID card. Please note only Visa, Mastercard, and Maestro cards are accepted and must be registered at a UK address
  • By card, by coming in to the Library and using the self-service kiosk on the Ground Floor of the Library; Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Delta, and Electron cards are accepted
  • By card, over the phone, by calling the Cash Office on 01895 265264. You'll need to tell them you need to pay Library fines and give the amount. Ask them to inform the Library that payment has been made as this does not happen automatically (please therefore allow time for your account to be cleared)

NB: The Fines field in e-Vision is intended for charges for damage to accommodation etc. not Library fines. If you try to pay Library fines through e-Vision, the money will be taken out of your bank account but will go into your general University account. The Library fines will still be on your Library account. If you do this by mistake, you will need to provide the email receipt automatically sent to you by e-Vision, before the fines can be cleared from your Library account. You may bring it to the Help Desk or forward the email to library@brunel.ac.uk