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Need a laptop for long term rental? The ND Computer Store offers rental computers to Notre Dame faculty, staff and students. These rental units can help you remain productive when your computer is being repaired, when you need a laptop for a trip, or when you need to study in a remote location. They have a variety of Windows and Mac laptops available for rent. Configurations may vary, so please provide hardware and software needs when you make your reservation.
If you have questions about computer checkout policies, contact the Hesburgh Library Circulation Desk for assistance.
Lost and Found for the Hesburgh Library is located at the Monitor's office.
The following guidelines are followed when dealing with items turned over to staff at the Hesburgh Library Circulation Desk. Branch libraries have their own procedures.
If items are clearly marked with name or contact information, staff will attempt to email or phone the owner.
Valuable items such as laptop computers, cell phones, jewelry, wallets and purses:
Non-valuable items such as clothing, computer cables, shoes, notebooks, water bottles, and umbrellas:
Personal books and Non-Notre Dame library books that are returned in the Circulation return bins:
Notre Dame Security Police Lost and Found Department is located in the Parking Office at 119 Hammes Mowbray Hall, Notre Dame IN 46556-5675. Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday thru Friday, Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors are encouraged to inquire about lost or misplaced articles. You may inquire online, in person or you can phone at (574) 631-5036. Correspondence can be sent via e-mail to email@example.com or through standard mail to Lost and Found, 119 Hammes Mowbray Hall, Notre Dame IN 46556-5675.
To SEARCH NDSP database of found items click here .
To REPORT a lost item click here.
The Hesburgh Libraries has a licensed Notary Public on staff who will provide a free notary service to university students, faculty, and staff. Please understand that the Notary may not be able to notarize your document(s) for various reasons, the decision to notarize a document is at the discretion of the Notary. Those in need of notary services are requested to bring the following items to the Circulation/Reserves desk:
• Document to be notarized (unsigned) please include all needed copies of the document. DO NOT SIGN your document until you are in front of the notary!!! A Notary Public is prohibited from notarizing previously signed documents
• You must show government-issued photo identification for notary services. Generally acceptable forms of identification are U.S. state driver's and nondriver's IDs, driver's licenses issued by Canada or Mexico, U.S. passports and visas, federal IDs issued to U.S. government employees including military personnel, and alien registration "green cards." Your Notre Dame ID is not a valid form of identification for notarizations.
Notary Services are generally available from 9:00 am until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday ONLY. No appointment is necessary but it is recommended. Contact information.
Other Notaries on campus:
Identity thieves are often highly skilled, but taking a few basic precautions will increase your chance to avoid becoming a victim by making it difficult for them to get the information they need. The University has a signed agreement with Shred-It for the secure destruction of confidential documents. Hesburgh Library has two (2) 32 gallon locked bins placed near the Circulation/Reserve Desk for you to use to put documents that are of sensitive nature. Shred bins will be emptied periodically, and the contents will be shredded on-site by Shred-It. This is a service provided by the University, and there is no charge for participating in this program. For more information regarding the program please see https://www3.nd.edu/~records/shred.htm, or to request a bin, please contact Mary Rose Nowicki in the University Archives at 574-631-9354, or Mary.Nowicki.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The U.S. Geological Survey map printing service is provided by the Frontline Services unit in support of the curriculum and research needs of University of Notre Dame students, faculty, staff and the local community, as guaranteed by public law (Title 44 United States Code). All other large scale printing is available at FedEx Kinkos on and off campus.