Answered By: Iwanna Book Last Updated: Nov 19, 2015 Views: 30
The library always attempts to find requested materials free of charge. If an item is requested that is only available from a library outside of the United States, the library will gladly attempt to borrow the item via interlibrary loan. However, any charges for borrowing materials must be paid by the person requesting the material – there is a place on the form to indicate whether or not you are willing to pay for a request. International requests may include a charge for postage or for handling.
Updated November 2015