Interlibrary Loan

  • Available to Shasta College students and staff with a valid library card and no outstanding fines. 
  • It typically takes 2 weeks to receive print materials through Interlibrary Loan. Digital materials may be available sooner. 
  • Students may request books up until 4 weeks before the end of the Semester.
  • Journal articles can be requested up until 2 weeks before the end of the semester. 
  • We cannot request items from other libraries that are already in our collection (even if they are checked out), required text books, or items on Course Reserve.
 
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Every effort will be made to obtain your materials ASAP, but we cannot guarantee rush or same day responses.

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