The library needs to know what kind of patron you are, because procedures for processing interlibrary loan requests vary slightly based on your circumstances. Also, it helps the library track statistics on how our ILL services are used. If you need to change your patron type, please contact Access Services.
- Undergraduate Student
- A student studying for a bachelor’s degree at UND in Grand Forks. Full ILL privileges.
- Graduate Student
- A student studying for a master’s or doctoral degree at UND in Grand Forks. Full ILL privileges.
- A faculty member teaching and conducting research at UND in Grand Forks. Full ILL privileges.
- Note: although graduate students teach and do research in addition to their studies, please choose “graduate student” as long as you’re enrolled in a degree program.
- UND personnel with no direct teaching or research duties. Full ILL privileges.
- Note: although undergraduate students often get jobs on campus in addition to their studies, please choose “undergraduate student” as long as you are enrolled in a degree program.
- Distance Students & Distance Faculty
- Distance patrons live too far from campus to easily come to the library. You are a distance patron if you do not come to campus often and do not live in any of the following ZIP codes:
Distance patrons get full ILL privileges, plus the library will mail books to you.
- Summer Institute of Linguistics Student
- Summer Institute of Linguistics Faculty
- Participants in the Summer Institute of Linguistics program. All SIL patrons get full ILL privileges during the summer. SIL faculty retain ILL privileges for digital document delivery year-round. For example, an SIL faculty member may request PDFs of journal articles at any time, but may only request books during the summer.