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An off-campus student is defined as a UW student in the Outreach or Distance program who does not live in Laramie. Off-campus students may borrow DVDs for 2 weeks, which includes mail time both ways, through the Interlibrary Loan service. Off-campus (Outreach) students need to only use the Interlibrary Loan service to get books or movies mailed to them. Please don't use the "Prospector" or "Page for me" services. This will only delay you getting the items you need.

If you have any other questions, contact the Interlibrary Loan Office, Coe Library, (307) 766-5168,

If you are a student who lives in Laramie but not in student housing, your borrowing privileges are the same as students who live in the dorms. You are not considered an Outreach or Distance student. DVDs are checked out to you for a one-week period.

If you have any questions about when the DVDs are due back, check your account.

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