Julia Tutwiler Library

Book/Thesis/Dissertation Request

This service is limited to currently enrolled students, staff, and faculty of UWA.
Complete information is necessary to process your request.  All fields marked with a red asterisk must be completed. 

Pressing Enter will automatically submit an incomplete form.

*Have you checked to verify that the Library does not own this material and it is not available in the Library?



*First and Last Name:
*Student ID number (must be included):
Please cancel my request if it remains unfilled after this date, (mm,dd,yy):
*Status: faculty staff graduate student undergraduate studentonline student

Department (if applies):
Telephone number or extension:
*Full mailing address:
*City, State, Zip: (must be included for off campus addresses)

*We make every attempt to fill your request with reciprocal lenders free of charge. If the materials can not be obtained through a reciprocal lender there may be a charge. If there is a charge, please list the MAXIMUM amount you are willing to pay:

You are responsible for all charges incurred once you submit the request.

*Book or Thesis Title:


Date of publication: Edition: Are other editions acceptable?

Publisher: Place of publication:

Other information, if available, ISSN, LCCN, ISBN numbers:

Where did you find this citation? (for example MLA, class, etc.)

Notes or additional comments:

STUDENTS will NOT be notified when ILL materials arrive. You may call 652-3613, or visit the circulation desk to check on your ILL requests. Students must present a valid UWA ID to pick-up ILL materials.

After clicking the "Submit" button your request will be directed to a Confirmation page.

By entering an ILL request you are agreeing to abide by current copyright and present UWA Tutwiler Library ILL policies.


If you have any questions concerning your ILL materials or the ILL process, please contact the ILL department.

Interlibrary Loan, Julia Tutwiler Library
Office Phone 205-652-3842
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday



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