Library Services for Distance Education and Off-Campus Students
Obtaining Materials from UNC Libraries
Off-campus students residing within 50 miles of the UNC campus are required to come to the library and borrow materials in person. Students residing more than 50 miles from campus may request that materials be delivered to them. All requests must include complete citations. We will supply materials from the UNC Libraries, as well as materials from other libraries obtained via Interlibrary Loan. Articles will be delivered via email. Books will be mailed first class. Delivery time by U.S. postal service is approximately 1 week. It is the responsibility of the student to return books by the date due. UNC does not pay return postage on books.
For information on document delivery, call (970) 351-1446.
Requests for materials may be made through the following methods:
- Online: http://www.unco.edu/library/forms/distancerequest.htm
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- By fax: (970) 351-2540
To return materials, please mail to:
University of Northern Colorado
501 20th St.
Greeley, CO 80639
Obtaining Assistance from Library Personnel
Contact the Reference Department if you need assistance or instruction in the selection and use of library resources, help in developing search strategies, or referral to another department. Questions can be directed through the following methods:
- By telephone: (970) 351-2562
- By email: email@example.com
Accessing Library Resources from Off Campus
Remote access from off campus to many of our online article indexes, reference resources, and online journals is available to UNC faculty, staff, and students.
When you click on a link to one of these resources in our web site, you'll see a login screen prompting you for your login information.
If your login information is rejected, contact the Michener Library Access Services Desk at 970-351-2671. If you continue to have trouble with access to the databases, call the UNC Technical Support Center at 970-351-4357.
For More Information About Using Library Resources
See the "Forgot How to Do Research?" guide.