On June 1, 2017, Ryan Library migrated to a new interlibrary loan system to improve the process for obtaining items from participating libraries.
Camino is the fastest way to get a book that is not held by Ryan Library.
The InterLibrary Loan service allows you to borrow books, articles and other materials.
Dissertations and Theses: Many institutions will not lend theses or dissertations. If we are unable to borrow a dissertation from another library, you may be able to buy it from UMI Dissertation Express (via Web, mail or telephone request).
PLNU students, faculty, and staff may borrow books from the following local libraries:
InterLibrary Loan allows members of the PLNU community to request articles from another library.
Before you request an article, complete the following steps (in this order) to verify that the article is not available at PLNU:
Do you work or attend classes at a PLNU location other than the main campus? Use the Interlibrary Loan form to request books or articles from PLNU's Ryan Library.
Use these one of these options when requesting items that are not available at Ryan Library:
Please select either the article or book form