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What is a Request?
Requesting a book is a simple way to get your library item(s), from on or off campus. To request materials that have been checked out by another patron, search for the item in our library catalog and click the Request button under the Find it tab. When a request is made, we notify the patron with the item and shorten the checkout time. (This can be especially helpful since faculty members and graduate students have long checkout periods on books). To view your requests, visit your account page.
How do I Request a Book?
What is Interlibrary Loan?
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is service that allows for the worldwide sharing of library materials. This service is available for faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.
How do I Request a Library Item Using Interlibrary Loan?
Call Number Areas to Browse
|United States history||
F (states, regions)
|Social history and reform||HN||3rd|
|Communities, classes and races||HT||3rd|