Revealed: How Much Did Warwick Uni Students Spend on Library Fines?

Figures obtained by UniEel have shown that Warwick University students spent heavily on library fines in the 2016-17 academic year. Students spent a total of £55,903! This figure is well above the average seen across a study of 64 institutions. To put this figure into perspective, this yielded a spend of approximately £2.24 per student! This figure purely relates to overdue items too – other fines such as those related to lost/damaged resources, haven’t been included.

 

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The University has been collecting many fines!

 

This amount will come as a disappointment for students. While Warwick does offer a superb student experience, this additional cost can be frustrating! It should also be noted the University library makes a substantial profit on areas such as printing – something that isn’t included in tuition fees, unexpectedly. Students are urged to return items before their due date, which can help to lower the figure witnessed for the 2016-2017 academic year. The University did note that all income from these fines is reinvested into the library.

 

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It is worth reminding again that this figure didn’t take into account other costs, mentioned earlier, like lost or damaged resources. All this after student’s pay £9,000 a year. While it can be both annoying and unfair when someone doesn’t return their book in time, it could be argued a lower fine is fairer on students. This figure could prompt discussion regarding the fairness of library fines. At least our library won’t be going anywhere anytime soon…

 

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