Answered By: Carolyn F. Norman Last Updated: Feb 25, 2018 Views: 15
Interlibrary Loan is a service where you can request articles, books or other items not owned by the National University Library. Keep in mind that this takes some time. For articles, generally three days or less. For books, allow two weeks.
Interlibrary loan does not fill request for:
- Items already owned by the National University Library
- Items on Course Reserves
- Patrons residing outside of the continental United States, Hawaii, or Alaska.
Note: Before placing a request, check the Library Catalog to make sure we do not already own the item.
Delivery time depends on many factors, such as where the material is located and how quickly that library responds to requests. We make every effort to get your items in the shortest time possible. We cannot accept requests with a deadline.