Clemson Library's Delivery Services provide free delivery of library materials to faculty, staff, and eligible students.
Faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduates can choose the library most conveniently located to them and have their requested material delivered there. They can choose between Cooper Library, Gunnin Architecture Library in 2-112 Lee Hall or Tillman Media Center in 212 Tillman Hall. Book pickup is also now available at the Library Depot at the Research Park in Anderson. Hours vary by library location; check our Hours page for complete hours information.
Most library materials may be requested for checkout and delivery directly from the Online Catalog, including books, journals, DVDs/videos, and audiobooks. Simply search for your needed item in our catalog and click on the Request option. Materials ordered via Interlibrary Loan and PASCAL Delivers can also be delivered to the library of your choice.
Book delivery via USPS Priority Mail is available for faculty, staff, graduate students or undergraduate students if they participate in distance education programs or are registered with the Student Disability Services office. Any Clemson University staff or faculty member, or any student with a disability can also select a proxy borrower to come and get items for them. If you have additional needs or requests, please contact the Information and Research Services Department directly at (864) 656-5180 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the Request a Journal Article form to have articles or book chapters scanned and emailed to you as PDFs within 48 hours. (Requests consisting of more than 75 pages may take longer.) First time users will be asked to register. To check the status of your request, log in to your ILLiad account. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call 656-2197.
Article Delivery is available to all faculty, staff, and graduate students. Article Delivery is not available for undergraduates on campus unless they are registered with the Student Disability Services office. Distance Education undergraduate students are also eligible to request delivery of articles. If you have additional needs or requests, please contact the Resource Sharing Office directly at (864) 656-2197 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.