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Off-Campus and Distance Education Support: SU Materials By Mail

SU Materials By Mail

Some of our students rarely, if ever, come to the Winchester campus. However, if you live in communities covered by Zip Codes 22601, 22602, 22603, 22604, 22611, 22620, 22624, 22625, 22645, 22654, 22655, 22663, you should plan to pick up library resources at the Smith Library. If you live in any other Zip Code area, you may request that library materials be mailed to you at your home or office. If you wish to borrow a book, score or journal article in the library’s physical collection, submit your request by using the forms found under “Interlibrary Loan” on the library’s website.  Through the Library’s Document Delivery Service, library staff will retrieve books from our collection, make photocopies of articles, and will mail materials to you without charge. However, the cost of returning books to the SU library by mail or other delivery service is your responsibility.  If you are returning books to the library by mail, make sure you allow enough time for mailing to avoid overdue fees. We suggest that you renew any books checked out to you prior to putting them in the mail.

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Stacy Baggett
Smith Library, Main Campus