Answered By: Esther Balevi
Last Updated: Aug 10, 2017     Views: 77

There is usually no cost for Interlibrary Loans unless the lending library charges for the loan. Library staff will always seek out a free copy before resorting to copies that come at a price. If a fee is required, the library will contact you before the request is submitted to a lending library.

All charges incurred through interlibrary loans are the responsibility of the borrower, whether student, staff, or faculty. Charges do vary and will usually range anywhere from $5 - $25. The person requesting the material, staff or student, is responsible for any fees involved.

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