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University/department instruments are to be used only by currently enrolled Wright State students. Instruments will not be rented or loaned to any person not enrolled in a School of Music ensemble and a student in good standing.
In exchange for using an instrument for all or part of the current semester, you must read and adhere to the following guidelines and dates:
Your due date is always the last day (Friday) of finals week.
You will receive the following notices as your instrument due date approaches:
Important: Please contact Dr. McNamara via email to schedule an appointment OR look for office hours to be posted outside of room 093C CA.
Contact Dr. McNamara (at email@example.com) and tell her the specific problem you are having, what you are using the instrument for, and whether you need it back right away.
If there is a hold on your account (14 days overdue) you will receive the following letter in the mail:
The attached invoice was produced automatically when the instrument you borrowed from the School of Music became 14 days overdue.
You have been billed for the cost to replace the instrument. You do not have to pay the replacement cost if you return the material. In 30 days, any unpaid balance may be forwarded to a collection agency.
You have been blocked from registering for classes, dropping or adding classes, graduating and requesting transcripts.
To clear the block on your registration, graduation and transcripts you must:
To temporarily clear the hold for the purpose of dropping and adding classes, you may call the School of Music at (937) 775-2346 during regular business hours.
If you have any questions or believe that you have received this notice in error, please call:
Creative Arts Center, Room 083C