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General Information

Faculty choose from the following loan periods:

  • 4 hours (default)
  • 1 day
  • 7 days

Materials borrowed through outside sources such as Interlibrary Loan or Summit cannot be placed on reserve.

Non-circulating items such as periodicals or reference materials cannot be placed on reserve.

Access Services Librarian

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Charity Braceros-Simon
Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301

Materials from the Willamette Libraries

Three ways to place Willamette-owned items on reserve:
  1. Retrieve library items from the stacks and submit them directly to the Circulation Desk with a Reserve Request Form available in the library.
  2. Fill out the Reserve Request Form online and we will retrieve the items from our collection for you.
  3. E-mail with a list of items that you would like to be placed on reserve. For each item, please include the title, call number, the desired check-out length, and the course name/number.

Personal Copies

Your personal materials may be placed on reserve. Fill out the information form ahead of time and then bring the items to the circulation desk. Or, you can fill out an information form when you drop off the items at the circulation desk. These materials will have a call number and barcode attached to them. Some amount of wear and tear should be expected when an item is put on reserve. The library is not responsible for personal copies that are lost or damaged by students. Upon your request, items can be restricted to in-library use only.

Textbooks on Reserve

Faculty are able to place personal copies of required textbooks on reserve for their students. In general, textbooks are not purchased for the library collection.  

Willamette University

Willamette University Libraries

Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street.
Salem Oregon 97301
Pacific Northwest College of Art Library
511 NW Broadway.
Portland Oregon 97209