The lending library determines the due date, and it will be posted on the label attached to each item. Make every effort to return ILL materials by the due date so that our relationship with lending libraries is not jeopardized.
Check with a librarian to see if the article you need is available from one of our electronic databases. If it is not available, you will need to fill out the Interlibrary Loan Request Form. NOTE: Fill out the online form as completely as possible (article title, author(s), volume/issue, date, page numbers, etc.)
Check to see if the book you want is available through CCLINC, a group of North Carolina Community College Libraries with whom we share our library catalog. You can search these libraries and request the item(s) you would like to have sent to LCC Library. How to request CCLINC items using the library catalog. If
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a service that allows a user from one library to borrow materials from another library. Materials are physically mailed to the requesting library where the user can then view or check out the materials. This service is available without cost to LCC faculty, staff, students, and community residents with a valid LCC