request an Article

If Reeves doesn't have access to the article you need, we can get it for you! Items usually arrive in less than a week and often, much sooner. We will leave a message on your voice mail when the article arrives. All articles can be picked up at the Circulation Desk.

If you have any questions phone the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) office at (610- 861-1545 or 1305, M-F (8:30-4:00PM) Articles will usually cost 10 cents per page but can be as much as $5.00 per article. All photocipies must be paid for when picked up. The cost of materials not picked up by the student will be charged to his/her student account at the end of the semester. Faculty and staff do not pay for ILL requests..

This service is available for students, faculty, and staff of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary only.

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Please identify the article you need; provide as much information as you can:

Title of Article

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