Q. How long can I keep my book from Interlibrary Loan?

Answer

Anything we request for you is owned by the library that lent the item to us. As such, the lending library makes this decision and can vary. It can be as little as 2 weeks and occasionally as much as 6 weeks. Some libraries may recall the book from us so their own patron can use the item cutting your loan period shorter.

This is why it is really important to come pick up your books as soon as you get the notification of the items arrival. You can get them anytime the library is open. If the ILL office is closed, you can ask for your book from the Research and Access Desk located near the library's atrium on the 1st floor.

  • Last Updated Aug 31, 2018
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  • Answered By Bob Smith

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