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Through the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service, you can have access to books and articles that are not available at Proctor Library. Once you place a request, the ILL technician will attempt to borrow the item from other libraries. ILL makes most of the holdings of libraries within the United States available to Flagler College students, staff and faculty.
ILL may only be used by students, faculty and staff of Flagler College (both the St. Augustine and Tallahassee campuses).

If you would like help determining whether or not Proctor Library holds the item(s) you need, always feel free to check with a Reference Librarian for assistance. If you are not in the building, you may call 819-6331 or e-mail the library and a reference librarian will contact you.

There is no fee for ordering an ILL. Please be aware, however, that each ILL request costs the Library time in processing and searching, postage, and lending fees. Please use the privilege wisely and only for materials you actually intend to use.
We typically do not accept requests for textbooks used for Flagler College classes, primarily because loan periods for borrowed materials are often not longer than 4-6 weeks. Keeping a book for longer than the loan period is not permissible and will result in fines. If you have a question about borrowing a book for a course, please check with Maria Dintino at the Circulation Desk or email mdintino@flagler.edu.
Please be aware that by checking out an Interlibrary Loan item you are taking responsibility for any fines and fees that may accompany a late return or lost item. Overdue Interlibrary Loan items may accrue fines. If you fail to return an Interlibrary Loan item you will be responsible for replacement costs and processing fees. If you ever anticipate being unable to meet a due date, please contact us at (904)819-6206 or mdintino@flagler.edu in advance of the due date. Interlibrary Loan items are considered higher-priority items, as they are not owned by our Library and their timely return is vital to the success of the ILL operation.