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Clemson Libraries provide many services to support research and instruction by university faculty, including: borrowing materials, checking out technology, requesting new items, getting materials delivered to a nearby branch, records management, reserving materials for courses, integrating library concepts into course content, and requesting a proxy card for your graduate student.
If you are an emeritus, information specifically for you can be found on the Emeriti Services Page.
Faculty and staff may have 300 items at a time checked out.
|Books, Young Adult, Juvenile||16 weeks|
|Magazines, journals, and newspapers||3 for 7 days|
|Popular reading materials (books, audiobooks)||4 for 6 weeks|
|Materials on reserve||Varies|
|Videos/ DVDs||10 for 4 weeks|
|Music CDs||10 for 4 weeks|
Checkout Privileges at Other Libraries
Clemson University Libraries participate in the PASCAL partnership among South Carolina academic libraries. Clemson students, faculty, and staff who are visiting another South Carolina academic library may check out 3 items for a 3 week period.
Request Purchase of an Item
If you would like to suggest that the Libraries purchase an item (book, journal, CD, DVD, etc.), please contact the subject librarian for the appropriate subject area.
Getting Materials Delivered
The Clemson Libraries provide a variety of material delivery services for faculty, staff, and students.
Clemson Libraries’ Records Management staff can help you manage the long-term storage and maintenance of your data.
- Learn more about the process
- Know who to contact
For faculty and staff, we are happy to offer proxy request privileges for your research or teaching assistants to check out materials in your name.
Send the request on departmental letterhead stationery to Cooper Library Circulation, including the student’s name and ID number, your name and ID number and the term (fall, spring, etc.) or use the online request form. You are responsible for all material checked out using the proxy card and will be billed for any material charged to the proxy card and not returned.