Skip to Questions

FAQ - Got questions? Get Answers!


What is Document Delivery?

Last Updated: Aug 11, 2010  |  1144 Views

Was this helpful? 3   0


Document Delivery

Document Delivery is a fully automated system for ordering books, periodical articles, conference proceedings, theses, reports and some older microforms and dissertations NOT available in the Cal Poly Pomona Library. These items can be requested from another CSU, UC, college, business, public library or commercial supplier. Periodical articles are usually supplied in photocopy or electronic format. This service is available to all currently enrolled Cal Poly Pomona students, staff and faculty who are registered with the University Library. This service is NOT AVAILABLE to alumni, special borrowers, friends, relatives and spouses of Cal Poly Pomona students, staff or faculty or students from other colleges. Document Delivery requests will not be processed for patrons with a delinquent status with the Library or whose ID has expired.

After a one time registration, your information will be stored for future requests. At anytime, by logging onto Document Delivery, you can send requests for books, articles, conference papers, thesis or dissertations; check on the status of your requests; ask for renewals; and communicate with Document Delivery. There is no charge to you for any items obtained through this system.

Please always check the Library Catalog and LINK+ before requesting anything from Document Delivery.

Log On Button   First Time User Button


Grey triangle Embedded Media:

Answered by Christy StevensBookmark and Share

Other Answers / Comments (0)

    Other Help

    person icon Contact: Need in-depth research help? Find a Subject Librarian
    phone icon Phone: Call our Research Help Desk at 909.869.3084

    desk icon

    In Person: Come to our Research Help Desk

    text icon

    Text: 909.891.0991  More Info

    question mark

    Have a Campus Question?  Ask Billy Bronco

    Live Chat

    Need more help? Chat in real-time with a Librarian!

    Related content from Guides