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What is interlibrary loan rush service?

Last Updated: Dec 03, 2009  |  109 Views

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While we make every effort to submit ILL requests to likely suppliers within 24 hours of receipt, the library and user must still wait for the supplier’s processing time and delivery time, usually by USPS library rate delivery. For users who cannot wait for this normal delivery time, we offer rush service if it is available for the particular item requested. Library staff will select a supplier, usually a document delivery company, which will process the request promptly and send via an expedited service, including fax, overnight mail, or Federal Express.

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