Reserve and Borrow ATC Equipment

How to reserve an item through ATC's Checkout System

Last Updated: May 31st, 2022

If you don’t have an account with our checkout system (, please select “Create Account” in the top right hand corner. You’ll see a screen like this.

Once you’ve entered in all the information and click “Submit,” we will get a confirmation email where we confirm your account. You’ll then be able to proceed to reserve items.


Item availability is always subject to change

Please try to reserve items as early as possible. Contact the ATC if you have any questions or experience difficulty using our checkout system.

atc checkout system sign up screen 

Step 1: Please log in, your screen should look like this

 myturn atc checkout main web page

Step 2: Please click on the Inventory button in the top left corner - you’ll see this screen

 myturn atc checkout inventory screen

Step 3: Scroll or search for the equipment you would like, and within the box, select Reserve

atc checkout item availability and reserve buttonStep 4: Once you’ve selected Reserve, you can choose the dates for how long you would like to use the item, we do limit checkouts to two weeks as a start. It will bring up a calendar format, with the start and end dates, and then select Start

 calendar with equipment item and reserve dates

Step 5: You will then be brought back to the item screen with a few more options added at the top. Select Cart to complete the reservation
calendar with equipment item and reserve dates

Step 6: You’ll see a menu of all the items you have on reserve, with their respected dates. Click “Submit Reservation” if it’s to your liking and we will confirm with you via email that the reservation is being built.

equipment reservation request screen with submit button 

Step 7: Come in on the day of your reservation to pick up the item.

ATC Support & Hours of Operation

Weekday Support, Monday - Friday

The ATC is open to in-person assistance. Support is available through the above remote options and on campus at CEN 208

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