In order to settle accounts with the library and close your library account, you should return books and pay all fines and fees.
How may I check my library account?
By logging in to the library system/catalogue (My Library Card/Loans and Fine+fees) as well as in one of the SUM libraries by telephone.
How can I pay financial liabilities for the Library?
Only via the online payment system after logging into your account in the library system/catalogue.
How to return books?
Due to the closure of the Libraries, please return books to the drop box, located at the Branch of Library in Katowice-Ligota. All books can be returned to the drop box, regardless of which library they were borrowed from.
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