Media Loan lends equipment to students who are using audio, video, photography, and presentation equipment for credit-generating work. Equipment is available to faculty and staff conducting college business. We also schedule media labs, circulate lab keys, and sell photo supplies.
Our Remote Equipment Loan Policy
- If your course or program is using equipment, your faculty will arrange the equipment reservation.
- If you are doing an Independent Learning Contract (ILC), you must have Media Services approval in order to use Media Loan equipment. Email us to coordinate equipment check out and return.
- Do not attempt to disinfect equipment yourself. Our staff will address equipment hygiene.
- Media Loan does not ship equipment. All equipment must be picked up in person.
- Prearranged shipping returns may be accepted at the borrower's risk. Email us for specific return shipping instructions.
- We will grant you an Extended Loan during remote operations without completing a separate request form. Watch your email for checkout confirmations and return notices. Late fines will apply!
Equipment and Training
You may need to schedule training before making an equipment reservation. Our staff can help you gain the proficiencies you need for the equipment you want to check out. Please review our Equipment Catalog and learn how to get the training you need below.
Hours Spring 2021
|Mon 4/5 - Fri 4/9||12 pm - 5:30 pm|
|Mon 6/7 - Fri 6/11||12 pm - 5:30 pm|
|Campus Holidays and Breaks||Closed|
Location and Contact Information
|Phone||360-867-6253 (Answered during business hours only; messages on this phone may receive a delayed response.)|
|email@example.com (This is the best way to contact staff during remote operations.)|
|LIB 2504||By appointment only. We are located on the Red Square level of the Evans Hall Library Building, down the hallway between library proper and Academic Technologies/Computing.|
Trouble contacting us by email? Check your junk folder.
We have noticed that students using Gmail to contact us are not receiving our responses. Recent changes in Gmail spam filters are causing our emails to land in the junk folder. We encourage you to use your school email when doing college business and turn off the forwarding feature to your Gmail account.