Support the UNLV community and reduce your library fines by participating in the University Libraries' Food for Fines program.
For each non-perishable, unexpired food item you donate, $1 will be reduced from your eligible library fines (up to $20).
Items may be delivered to the Lied Library Circulation Desk or Teacher Development & Resources Library Service Desk.
No fines? Not a problem! All food donations gratefully accepted!
Food for Fines runs from Monday, Nov. 13 to Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017. All donated food will go to local food banks.
Suggested items: Canned meat, tuna, ham, salmon, stew, beans, rice, soup, and vegetables; canned and powered milk, baking mixes, boxed cereal, oatmeal, flour, sugar, instant mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, etc.
We are unable to accept dented or rusted cans, damaged items, open packages, or expired packages.
Covers current UNLV fines only (no credit is given toward future fines).
The program does not cover charges for lost or damaged books, items that are still checked out to an account, fines from the Wiener-Rogers Law Library or other NSHE locations, services fees for Special Collections & Archives, printing fees, or collection agency fees.