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Book Paging Implemented Due To Library South Closure

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Due to the closure of the Pollak Library South, the Library is instituting a book paging service. There will be a 24 hour turnaround period for requests made Monday-Friday by 3 p.m. Any requests made after 3 p.m. on Friday will be paged on Monday.

At this time students, faculty and staff are welcome to request books to be paged by submitting an online request through ILLiad. Click here to fill out an ILLiad request form. If you do not already have an ILLiad account, you will be prompted to create one.

Paged books will be placed on shelves in call number order near the Writing Center on the first floor of Pollak Library North and can be checked out at the Circulation Desk. If we are unable to locate the book in the Pollak Library book stacks, the book will be automatically requested for you through Interlibrary Loan.

Community users may also page books. To request a book as a community user, click here and fill out the form.

Paged books will be on the holdshelf for 5 days before being reshelved.

Ron Rodriguez
Head of Access Services
(657) 278-7544


  1. Jennifer Olson
    Jennifer Olson

    requesting book:
    ON 5th floor south
    ‘The Unconscious Civilization’ by J. R. Saul. 1997. The Free Press New York, NY

    April 26, 2014
    • libraryblogs

      Hi Jennifer,

      Please note the “click here” links in the above post. Those will take you to the forms to request a book get paged.

      Thank you.

      June 27, 2014

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