Services : Interlibrary Loan Requests

An intrasystem loan is the borrowing of a book from another UH campus, or getting a copy of an article in UH Mānoa's journal collection. These requests may be submitted by the patron through the Voyager catalog.

An interlibrary loan is the borrowing of a book from outside the UH system, or getting a copy of an article from outside the UH system. These requests are mediated by the subject liaison and interlibrary loan librarians.

For any questions regarding intrasystem or interlibrary loan, please email us at

Intrasystem Loans may be requested from any UH library (some restrictions may apply). Please submit your request through the Voyager catalog's "Get this item" feature.

Interlibrary loan requests may be submitted through the forms listed below. You must sign in with your UH ID to place a request.

Please read the interlibrary loan policy before submitting an interlibrary loan request.


Request Forms:

For instructions on how to submit a request from within a database, the Voyager catalog, or elsewhere, please see our LibGuides:


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