Interlibrary Loan – Interlibrary Loan service is provided to faculty, staff and current Concord University students. Simply complete the form via the link below. As always, you can come to the Information Desk and fill out a paper copy if you prefer. Community borrowers should contact their public library for interlibrary loan service. Select the correct form for your request below.
Concord University has been a selective Federal Depository since 1924. Government Documents are listed in the Library’s online catalog. Many are integrated into the general collection. Below are some useful links to various Government sites:
Where do I find journal articles?
Print journals may be located on the main floor of the library. Online journals can be accessed through our Databases page.
How do I find journal articles I need?
A generalized guide may be found under the Database button (see above) under “Using Databases” for a concise and simple review for finding articles you need. We also offer very basic instructional videos located on the front library page on the right side under VIDEO TUTORIALS.
How do I find books and use the catalog?
Searching for books and tutorials can be found under Catalog.
What books may I borrow?
The circulating books (which are books you may borrow) are located on the main floor with call numbers A-Z (general collection), QTO A-Z (oversized books, including art), Juv A-Z, FOL A-Z and graphic novels.
Can I access the online databases for journals from home?
Yes. Under the Databases page, just click any linked database you wish to access. If you’re off campus working remotely, you will be redirected to login with your Concord University email/password.