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Borrow or Renew Library Materials: Delivery by U.S. Postal Service

 

Borrow Materials from Oboler Library

Open the Library's Online Catalog and search to locate a needed item (book, thesis, dissertation, musical score, government document, or video/CD/DVD). Click on the desired title to view the full record of the library item to see if it is available.

Email the circulation department of ISU Libraries at mayfbarb@isu.edu to submit a request for material from Oboler Library. Please include the following details in your email request:

  • First Name, Last Name and Bengal ID Number
  • Affiliation with ISU: Faculty, Staff, or Student
  • Title and Call Number of the book, DVD, musical score, etc.
  • Mailing Address

If your desired library material is available, then they will be delivered priority by the U.S. Postal Service, which typically takes 4-5 days.

 

Renew Materials to Oboler Library

Please note that you can renew library materials through your ISU Library Account. If you need assistance regarding renewals during the COVID-19 closure, please send an email request to mayfbarb@isu.edu.

 

Returning Borrowed Materials

Although the Oboler Library building is closed, we are accepting returns through the book drop slot, just south of the main entrance.

A prepaid return mailing label is included with all borrowed library material, which means you can send the material back for free through the U.S. Postal Service.*

The prepaid shipping label will have the following return address:

​Eli M. Oboler Library, Idaho State University

921 S. 8th Avenue, Stop 8089

Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8089

 

*Please allow adequate time when returning library materials by mail. Otherwise, renew items online in your ISU Library as needed to avoid overdue fines.  

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