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Last Updated: Jul 22, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Access Services Staff

How to contact us: 932-7286 or email

Becky Yamashita, Circulation Manager

Shane Sistoza, Evening Supervisor

Deanna Manley, Loans

Cindy Mohandie, Course Reserves

Dana Cabatic, Stacks Supervisor


About Circulation

Circulation Services at the Mookini Library serve the needs of our University and Community College clientele as well as community borrowers by providing access to the Mookini Libraries collections. 

The Edwin H. Mookini Library is open to any individual who wishes to use materials inside the Library building and who is in compliance with our Conduct in the Library policies. Many materials are available on open shelves for self-retrieval. Selected materials are kept in protective storage and may not be available to all library users or during all operational hours.

At the Circulation Desk You May:

Borrow library material:

Pay fines/fees

Send a Fax 

   Policy (registered UHH or HawaiiCC students, staff, and faculty only)
   Fees: 25¢ per page domestic and $1 per page international. This service stops one hour before the Library closes.

Purchase  items from book sale

Ask for directions

Purchase Community Borrowers Library Card


Policies & Procedures

Please see Libraries of the University of Hawai'i System Circulation Policy, Revised May 2016 for complete rules and regulations governing the circulation of library items (PDF document).

Overdue Notices

Please return library materials by the due date. As a courteous reminder, the library will mail an overdue notice. Failure to receive an overdue notice does not mean fines are cancelled. 

Confidentiality of Patron Records

The Edwin H. Mookini Library complies with the State Attorney General's opinion on library record confidentiality and the American Library Association's Policy on Confidentiality of Library Records and the American Library Association's Guidelines of Confidentiality and Coping with Law Enforcement Inquiries.

Exit Control

The library has an electronic detection system installed at the exit. If the alarm sounds as you exit, you are required to return to the Circulation Desk. Disciplinary action will be taken if someone attempts to remove uncharged items from the library.


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