We are currently installing new doors in the stairwell in Lauinger Library. During this time, visitors will not be able to use landings that are under construction, either to enter that floor or pass through en route to another. We encourage visitors to use the elevators, although the stairwell may still be used to access floors that are not under construction. Landings under construction should only be used in the case of an emergency.
Libraries & Spaces
Request Items from Off-Campus Shelving
Use GEORGE to locate the item and open its record by clicking on the title link. Next, click the "Request" button at the top of the page. You will be prompted to log in to the "Item Request" page. Choose a pick-up location from the drop down box and then click the “Submit” button. From the “Item Selection Form” click on the “Request Selected Item” button to complete the request.
You will be notified via email when the item is ready for pickup at the location you have selected. You can check the status of your requests by clicking on Your Accounts at the top of each library page. Materials usually take two days to arrive and are held at the Circulation Desk for eight days.
'LIBRARY USE ONLY' DISSERTATIONS, THESES, JOURNAL VOLUMES, MEDIA AND MICROFORMS
Use this form to request dissertations, theses, media and journal volumes from Off-Campus Shelving that cannot be requested through the library catalog. Requested items may only be used in the library. You will be sent an email when the materials have arrived.
Off-Campus Shelving - Request in Special Collections
For items marked "Off-Campus Shelving - Request in Special Collections," go to the Booth Family Center for Special Collections, temporarily located during renovation on the 1st Floor of Lauinger Library. Staff there will request the item/s for you. Please allow at least two working days for delivery. Requested items must be used in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections following all Special Collections policies and procedures. For more information, please see Using Special Collections and/or contact a Special Collections staff member.