Answered By: Steve Runge
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2016     Views: 74

Unless you have a disability, no.

You can request that a book be sent to another library (e.g., from O'Neill Library to the Theology and Ministry Library), but there is no way to request that a book be brought from the stacks in the library in which it is housed to that library's circulation desk (e.g., a book in O'Neill Library to the O'Neill circulation desk).

If you have a disability that does not permit you to search the stacks on your own, please contact the circulation desk of the library where the items are housed, or call the O'Neill Library Circulation Desk (617) 552-8038 or email us at LibraryAccess-ggroup@bc.edu

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