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Interlibrary Loan

Tuttleman Library participates in interlibrary loan for print materials and electronic journal articles and book chapters. Please email the librarians with your request and we will try our best to deliver it to you.

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Borrowing

Materials not part of the collection may be obtained through interlibrary loan (ILL), governed by the rules of the lending library. Current students and faculty of Gratz College incur no fee to borrow. The cost to borrow from the Library is $15.00 per item for institutions.

Please return all borrowed items to Gratz College via USPS library mail. Do not ship ILLs to the lending library. Tuttleman Library staff will process books and return them for you. Borrower is responsible for returning the books on time or requesting a renewal; borrower is responsible for any lost items.

Any materials not returned to the library by students will result in charges, impeding the ability to graduate. Any materials not returned by faculty, staff, or community will result in replacement fees and/ or loss of privileges. 

The replacement cost for interlibrary loan materials is set by the lending institution, usually from $75.00 to $125.00. Any materials not returned by students or settled with the library will be sent to student billing and possibly a debt collector.

Request

Materials not part of the collection may be obtained through interlibrary loan (ILL), governed by the rules of the lending library. 

Submit your requests at library@gratz.edu

Requests can take up to one (1) business day for emailed journal articles and two (2) weeks for printed books to be sent. Only print books and electronic articles or book chapters are available to lend or download. A/V items are available case by case. Faculty and students may not request and borrow more than five (5) interlibrary loan items at one time.