Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan provides free access to materials not owned by the UWF libraries, designated lost in our catalog, or not in a format you prefer.

  • Before submitting a request, please make sure the library does not own a copy of the item you need by searching the library catalog and our E-Journal holdings.
  • If a book is held by UWF Libraries, but at a branch or location that is not your home library, place an intercampus request.

The first time you use the Interlibrary Loan account (login below) you will be asked to register and identify contact information. Thereafter, your information will be stored and bibliographic items will be automatically inserted if you use WorldCat or library databases.

You will receive an email notice from our Interlibrary Loan Office ( once the resources are available. If you have not heard from us in a week, check your SPAM mail and/or contact us at or at 850-474-2411. 

Click here to sign into your ILLiad account.


  • Electronically delivered to your interlibrary loan account and may be downloaded for 30 days.


  • Pick up books at the Reference Desk at the Main Library or at the Service Desk at the FWB Library (faculty may request campus delivery).
  • Loan periods are designated by the lending library.
  • Request renewals from your interlibrary loan account prior to the due date.
  • We will mail books to your address if you designate your status as a distance learner (reside over 50 miles from the main or FWB campus) on the interlibrary loan, intercampus, or UBorrow form.
  • Use the union catalog, MANGO, to identify Florida university libraries that own books you may be interested in borrowing through the statewide UBorrow service.

If you have questions about Interlibrary Loans, contact:

  • Britt McGowan (Interlibrary Loan Coordinator at 850-474-2048 or
  • Aric Daley (Borrowing Specialist at 850-474-2185 or
  • Ashley Ward (Lending Specialist at 850-474-2411 or
  • Laura Keeble (Intercampus Loan Specialist at 850-474-2444 or

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