COVID 19 NOTICE: Hunter Library’s interlibrary loan team is here to serve your research needs while the North Carolina stay-at-home directive is in effect. If you have an interlibrary book checked out, please hold on to it for the time being. There is no need to return it until the order is lifted, even if it is past due. You will not be fined. As COVID-19 closures and stay-at-home directives have spread across the country, libraries are suspending their lending services, making it very difficult to fill interlibrary loan requests. As a result, we may not be able to fill your request. In many cases, we can purchase the title as an ebook and make it available to you. Contact Kristin Calvert for more information.
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WCU students, staff, and faculty should click the top button and use their myWCU credentials to log in. You can check the "Remember my choice" option and never see this screen again!
Grad students should use their catamount.wcu.edu email accounts for ILL.
WCU emeritus faculty, retired faculty and staff, and others who do not have an active WCU email account will need to request an ILL account through Hunter Library. Once approved, they will use the Affiliated Users button to log in.
If you need a book, article, or other library item for university-related purposes and it is not available at Hunter Library or from Western North Carolina Library Network libraries at Appalachian State or UNC-Asheville via ABC Express, we can locate and obtain it for you at no charge.
Articles are generally delivered electronically and may take as little as 1 or 2 days, but can take longer. Books generally arrive in 1-2 weeks.
ILL items may be picked up at the Hunter Library Circulation Desk during library open hours.Items are shipped directly to distance education and Biltmore Park students.