After you have placed your request, it is your responsibility to check its status.
To check the status of your request, login to your ILL Lending account.
To borrow materials from Hesburgh Libraries, please contact your local library and ask about interlibrary loan service.
* Please check our online catalog to determine if Hesburgh Libraries own what your are looking for.
|Books and Microforms||Government Documents|
|Photocopy Services for Periodicals||Postage|
|Masters Theses||Billing Policy|
We will lend as many as six volumes, six reels of microfilm, or fifty microfiche/microcards per individual request. The loan period is four weeks. We will renew loans, upon request. Our standard renewal is 2 weeks from the due date.
We do not lend issues or volumes, but we will photocopy articles from journals within the restrictions and guidelines of the copyright laws. Our standard fee is $15 for not-for-profit US and Canadian libraries, $25 for for-profit US and Canadian libraries and $20 for international loans. The charge is the same whether the photocopy is transmitted by fax, by ariel, by post, etc.
If there is a circulating copy, we will lend master's as well as doctoral dissertations. Please note that Notre Dame Ph.D. dissertations are also available for purchase from ProQuest/UMI.
We lend US, Indiana, OAS, European Community, UN as well as other govdocs.
We have reciprocal agreements with all Indiana libraries, and we provide free interlibrary loan service to ATLA/CATLA members as well as to all federal and state government agencies.
We also have reciprocal agreements with many out-of-state libraries, and we are always interested in such agreements when they are mutually beneficial.
We do not charge for postage; however if you require overnight delivery or rush service, we ask for a FedEx number or some equivalent thereof.
We prefer IFM ; however, we will send invoices as well.
Our standard fee is $15 for not-for-profit US and Canadian libraries, $25 for for-profit US and Canadian libraries and $20 for international loans. The charge is the same whether the photocopy is transmitted by fax, post, etc.