Answered By: Katy Webb Last Updated: Aug 12, 2014 Views: 135
As a service to ECU students, faculty, and staff, the ECU Libraries provide the interlibrary loan and document delivery service at no direct cost to you. If your requested material will be expensive to obtain, you might be contacted to discuss if other resources might meet you research needs, but the libraries can usually cover such costs.
Joyner Library also covers the cost of shipping requested materials to Distance Education students and employees and also includes a prepaid return label -- all paid for by the library.
Laupus Health Sciences Library also provides free shipping of materials to Distance Education students and employees, but does not currently cover the return shipping costs.
If you fail to return borrowed items, return them damaged, or lose them, the ECU Libraries will pass along the invoice we receive from the owning library to you to pay.