If you are unable to locate what you need in the Thomas University Library collection, GALILEO and/or eBook collection through our online databases, you may borrow materials from other libraries.
This service is available to Thomas University students, faculty and staff only. Community users can request interlibrary loan service from their local public library.
PLEASE NOTE: textbooks and course material are not eligible for interlibrary loans. Those items may be ordered online through the TU e-Bookstore. Contact the Coordinator of the Bookstore, Lauren Grubbs, with any questions about textbooks and course material.
If the Thomas University Library does not own or have electronic access to the specific item (book) you are looking for, you may request the item through Interlibrary Loan.
Fill out the Interlibrary Loan Form - Books available on the Library Home Page and submit your request electronically. A librarian will process the request and advise you if another library is able to lend the item.
If you need a journal article that is not available through GALILEO or another journal database supplied by the TU Library, you may request an article through Interlibrary Loan.
Fill out the Interlibrary Loan Form - Articles available on the TU Library Home Page and submit your request electronically. You must provide the complete journal citation information, from which the article was published or the URL where the citation was found. A librarian will process the request and advise if another library is able to supply the article. Occasionally, articles may have associated costs for which the requesting patron is responsible.