Answered By: Signe Boudreau Last Updated: Sep 13, 2017 Views: 97
If you are officially designated as a Distance Education student (i.e. enrolled in a fully online program), you are eligible to have materials shipped to your home if you live outside the city of Lincoln and have a United States (or APO/FPO) address. (Note: Library staff must verify your student status before mailing materials to you.)
When completing the Delivery/Interlibrary Loan registration form, select "Mail to Address" in the Preferred Loan Delivery Method box. (If you are already registered for Delivery/Interlibrary Loan, you can still go back and make this change in Tools > Change User Information.)
Use the Delivery/Interlibrary Loan form to request books and they will be mailed to the address specified.
The Libraries mail books, with due date information and return address label, to distance students. The student pays the return postage.
We cannot mail books to the following:
- Students residing in the Lincoln area
- International addresses, aside from APO/FPO addresses