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Last Updated: Jul 7, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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How Do I Get Books at Other Libraries?

  • State Library of Pennsylvania:  Only a block away and open to all residents of the state of Pennsylvania.  A picture ID is required to get a library card. 
  • Dauphin County Library System:  Dauphin County residents may check out books with a library card.  Residents of other counties may use their county library system.
  • Libraries across the U.S.:  Make an interlibrary loan request and we can obtain a copy of almost any item you need, free of charge to you.

Please note: the Harrisburg University Library does not regularly provide course textbooks. For more information, contact


Find Books at Harrisburg University

Or, go directly to the HU Library Catalog.   

Books are available using the selfcheck kiosk in the Learning Commons and can be returned in the book return slots in the Learning Commons service desk and first floor hallway. 


Find Books at Other Libraries >>

Search for items at libraries acorss the U.S. using WorldCat.  The HU Library can obtain a copy of almost any item you find in WorldCat, free of charge to you. 


Need something in full-text?

Need a hard-to-find book or journal article? The Library can get it for you -- free!  

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