Frequently Asked Questions

What does "In Process" mean in MNCAT?


The MNCAT message "In Process" typically means that the item has been recently received and is in the process of being cataloging, marked, and otherwise prepared for addition to the collection.

If you would like to be notified when this material is available for use, there are a couple of ways this can be done:

1. Look up the title of the item, click on "Get It." This will send a note to the technical processing staff to have the item rush cataloged when it comes in.

2. You can go to any circulation desk and request a "Rush Cataloging" form. The item will be processed as quickly as possible, and held for you.

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