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Interlibrary Loan: Renew

Can't find what you need at Lavery Library? We can help you get it! Interlibrary Loan materials not in Lavery Library and watch your research possibilities become endless! Questions? Contact us at ill@sjfc.edu or 585-385-8106

Questions? Contact ILL!

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Alicia Marrese
Contact:
585-385-8106 (ILL)
585-385-8165 (Checkout Desk)

Renewing Your ILL materials

Students in online and distance programs: please visit the below link to see your renewal procedures. 

For Fisher Campus patrons:

Log into your ILL Account

On the homepage, look at your Checked Out Items. 

Click the Transaction Number of the title you would like to renew.

Image of ILL and Checked out items under your name.  The Transaction Number is the first column on the left hand side of the screen.

This will open your request information. At the top, click "Renew Request"

Once you click on the transaction number a link will appear with the words Renew Request.  Click on Renew Request.

A message will pop up to say that we received your renewal request: 

image of the Pop Up message saying request received

On the ILL homepage, the request will move to "Outstanding Requests" while we wait for a reply from the lending library. You will receive an email with an updated due date once the lending library has approved or denied the renewal.

‚ÄčImage of the ILL home page stating the request has now moved to Outstanding Requests and has the status of Renewal Requested.

If there is no option for a renewal, please send us an email at ill@sjfc.edu or call the Checkout Desk at 585-385-8165. The ILL system only permits you to renew your item once, but we can contact the lending library and ask for another renewal if you still need the item!

Renewing your ILL Materials

If you renew an item, please be aware that the renewal may be denied and you will be contacted and asked to return the item immediately.