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Yes. The libraries' courier goes to the Dallas Campus twice a week and will deliver and pick up materials.

It depends on where the item is located and which library you would like it to be delivered to. Please see the UNT Libraries Online Holds Service for more details.

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Yes, you may submit your request through your ILLiad account

Yes, the item will be brought to the Library Services Desk and you may view it in the library. You may request it at the Library Services Desk, over the phone, or via email. See:

Yes, you may submit your request through our Online Holds Service. Also, if you are a Distance Learning student you may choose to have items delivered to the UNT Dallas Campus Library. Requests should be entered through your ILLiad account. In your ILLiad user information, select Dallas Campus as your "Delivery Location".

Please check the following pages for requesting materials to be delivered.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Access Services Department.

Yes, the materials are sent Express Mail and you will need to sign for them.

Labels and pre-paid mailers are supplied to return book to the Libraries at no cost. 

Books are mailed Express Mail through the U.S. Postal Service. Articles or book chapters may be e-mailed. Books may also be delivered to the UNT Dallas Campus Library or UNT Law Library. See: Distance Learning Requests.‚Äč

Your requested items, if they are located, should be available within 48 hours (except on weekends and holidays) and will be delivered to the location requested.

There is no limit, however, in order to process requests in a timely manner, we ask that patrons submit a few requests at a time. 

There is no charge for the service. Labels and pre-paid mailers are supplied to return books to the Libraries at no cost to the patron.

The Online Holds Service is a service the library provides for the delivery of items housed in our libraries. Information regarding this service is available at the Online Holds Service page.

The following students are eligible for distance learning services:

  • Students currently enrolled in courses taught primarily online and who live outside of Denton County.
  • Students taking courses at the UNT Dallas Campus or UNT Dallas College of Law.

See: Distance Learning Requests