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If you only need a short page range of a book, say pages 56-80, use the "book chapter" request option in our ILLiad system.
You can request it through the Interlibrary Loan ILLiad system.
Just log into the ILLiad system and chose "book" under the New Request menu option. Fill out the form and hit submit.
If you need any assistance, or have any questions, visit our ILL guide or contact a member of our ILL department.
1. Gain borrowing privileges with a college, university, or seminary in your area (Two options):
First option: Regent University Library participates in several reciprocal borrowing agreements that allow Regent students, faculty, and staff in-person borrowing privileges at participating colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada - extending direct user access to print resources at no cost. These programs are particularly useful to those living closer to a participating library - providing more convenient and timely access to materials.
Borrowing privileges are determined by the lending library and may differ from your borrowing privileges at Regent Library. Users are responsible for returning checked out material to the lending library and for any fees or charges incurred.
We currently participate in four (4) reciprocal/cooperative borrowing programs. To learn more about these programs including names of participating libraries, borrowing privileges and more, click here.
Second option: Many universities, colleges and seminaries have a system whereby a person from the general public can gain the ability to borrow books by paying an annual fee (Regent University Library charges $50 for this privilege, for example).
The University Library offers a reimbursement program to our distance students to assist them in obtaining when a fee is charged for Library use.
It is the responsibility of distance students to obtain the following information, in order to make an informed decision:
2. Use your local public library's interlibrary loan
Public libraries in many countries have an interlibrary loan service that is usually free or has a small fee.
3. Use our limited service in interlibrary loan to request it (NEW!)
Distance students can now use our Interlibrary Loan to request books from other libraries that are unavailable in the Regent collection. This service is available for distance students that live within the Continental United States. Please keep in mind that the items are first delivered to Regent Library then shipped to your address which will result in a shorter check-out period. Due to the shorter check-out period, you may want to consider using your local public library ILL department for this service.