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Borrowing from other libraries

Regis Library is able to obtain books and articles from other libraries if the item you are seeking is not available within our collection.  For more information, see the boxes below or talk to library staff.  We are happy to help.

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)  is a service that allows students to request journal articles that the Regis College Library does not own from other institutions. ILL is available for Regis College students, faculty and staff and is usually free. 

There are two ways to make a request. 1) You can find links to an Interlibrary Loan request form under journal articles that we do not subscribe to. You will see a link like this:  Request this item through interlibrary loan below any articles that are not owned by Regis. Using this link is the most efficient way to request an article because the citation gets copied into the form from the database. You need only add your contact information. 2) The request forms are also available via the ILL portal.

On average, journal articles are received within three business days.