As an alternative to ILL for physical materials, we will try to secure electronic access or purchase materials for our collection when possible. If an item is not held by our library, you can email email@example.com to suggest the library obtain a copy for the collection.
When in-person Spring 2021 semester classes begin, reserve materials will be restricted to 2- or 4-hour in-library use only. Faculty are discouraged from placing personal materials on reserve as we cannot guarantee their safe return. More information and a link to the required course reserve material form can be found in our faculty guide to course reserves.
Please drop off returns in the book drop located in the entry vestibule (open 24 hours). Materials can also be returned by mail.
Norwich University materials may be returned in person to the library at the beginning of in-person classes on February 1. Students who are not planning to return to campus for the Spring semester should return materials by mail.
All materials will undergo a quarantine process that will take them out of circulation for a minimum of three days after return.
Requesting a tracking number is highly recommended, as we cannot waive fines for lost materials without proof that those materials were delivered to campus.
If you are unable to return your materials by mail, please contact the Circulation Manager, Sarah LaForce (firstname.lastname@example.org), to make alternate arrangements.
For questions about returning or renewing Interlibrary Loan materials, contact the ILL office at email@example.com.
Norwich faculty members may borrow items from other participating Vermont academic libraries through the Vermont Consortium of Academic Libraries (VCAL) reciprocal borrower program.