Privileges & Loan Periods for ARCHE
Privileges & Loan Periods for Students and Faculty at other Atlanta Area Universities (ARCHE)
The Interlibrary Use Policy of the ARCHE (Atlanta Regional Council for Higher Education) Libraries Cooperative Program provides for borrowing from the collections of other ARCHE libraries by the faculty, staff, and students of member institutions, for the purpose of supplementing the resources of their own library.
Books and Scores:
Up to 25 items may be checked out at a time for a 28 day loan period.
Overdue fines: $0.50 per day, $2.00 per day for recalled books
Journals (bound and unbound):
Journals may be used within the library.
Videos, sounds recordings, and other media items:
These items may be used within the library. 3 hour loan period for videos, 2 hour loan for sound recordings.
Renewals and Recalls
Renewals can be made online through EUCLID (click on My Account) as long as your registration is current. To update your privileges, please come in person to the Woodruff Library Circulation Desk.
Recalls: any item is subject to recall and standard fines will apply. Recalls may be placed by ARCHE patrons.
If you have a question regarding our policies, please call the Heilbrun Music & Media Library staff at 404-727-1777.
Please Note: ARCHE patrons are admitted into the library from 8am to 9pm during regular class periods, and from 8am to 5pm during exam periods.
Who Can Borrow?
Students and Faculty at these institutions are eligible to use Interlibrary Use Cards obtained at their university*:
Agnes Scott College
Atlanta University Center
Clayton State University
Columbia Theological Seminary
Kennesaw State University
Mercer University (Atlanta Campus)
Morehouse School of Medicine
Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta
Southern Polytechnic State University
University of West Georgia
*Atlanta Fulton Public Library does not issue or accept ILU cards
You will need a valid ID from your institution and an interlibrary use card.
Register in person at the Woodruff Library Circulation Desk. Your borrowing eligibility will be verified by contacting your library's circulation staff so please coordinate your registration when both Emory and your library are open.
Your home institution determines the period of eligibility.
Records with overdue materials or fines will be blocked and transactions restricted until the block is cleared. (You may pay your fines at the Woodruff Library Circulation Desk.)