Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan

Current service limitations:

  • We are accepting requests for newspaper, magazine, or journal articles. You have the option to have the PDF emailed or mailed to you.

About Interlibrary Loan

When you fill out an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request, we ask libraries throughout the entire United States, not just Pima County, if they will lend us the item (print book, copy, or microform) you are looking for.

Items borrowed through Interlibrary Loan do not belong to PCPL. See the Limitations and Rules to the right.

If you are looking for a recently published book, audiobook, eBook, or DVD, please use our Suggest a Purchase form instead. You must be logged in to suggest a purchase.

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Checking on the Status of Your Request

If you want to make sure that we got your request, please call Infoline at 520-791-4010 and staff can check on your request. Please have your library card ready when you call.

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