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Interlibrary Loan: Alumni & Retired Faculty

ACCESS LINK for alumni and retired faculty

If you are retired faculty or a current member of the Alumni Association, and you've already gone through the proper channels of establishing an Interlibrary Loan account, please proceed to the login link below. Otherwise, please see the information below the link on how to set up your account.


ILL Login for Winthrop Alumni & Retired Faculty


PLEASE NOTE: The above link is for Alumni Association members and retired faculty only. If you are a current Winthrop student or faculty/staff member, please click here to login to your account.

How to set up an ILL account (Retired Faculty)

Retired Faculty:

Please contact the Interlibrary Loan office if you are no longer able to log in to your ILL account via the current authentication process.

NOTE: Retired faculty who wish to retain access via the current authentication process (i.e. with a registered email account) may do so by contacting the Division of Academic Affairs

How to set up an ILL account (Alumni Association members)

Alumni Association Members:

If interested in taking advantage of the Interlibrary Loan service, you must first Apply For User Access via Winthrop's Alumni Association. Once your application has been approved, please contact the Interlibrary Loan office to set up your account.

ILL Services for Members of the Winthrop Alumni Association



Alumni who are current members of the Winthrop Alumni Association may use Interlibrary Loan services to:

  • request articles from print journals owned/not owned by Dacus Library;
  • request articles from electronic journals not owned by Dacus Library;
  • request chapters from books not owned by Dacus Library.

Alumni have full access to the following services and resources while visiting on-site:

  • physical books
  • audiovisual materials
  • microfilm & microfiche
  • digital resources (e.g. e-books and e-journals) housed within databases to which the library subscribes.
  • flatbed scanners
  • microfilm/fiche scanners

NOTE: Items within our Institutional Repository are Open Access and may be downloaded remotely.