TRLN Cooperative Library Lending Program
The TRLN Cooperative Library Lending program is a lending agreement among the libraries of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN). Participating institutions are Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University and UNC-Chapel Hill. Faculty members, currently enrolled students, administration officials, and members of the university staff may obtain borrowing privileges from the participating libraries.
NCCU students requesting borrowing privileges at a participating library must present a valid NCCU student ID card. NCCU faculty, staff and administrators must present a current University ID card.
Participants must be currently enrolled or employed at their home institutions and be in good standing at their home libraries prior to visiting a TRLN library. Patrons must present their University ID card when visiting a TRLN member library.
Borrower Verification Procedure
The lending library will verify patrons via the TRLN Authentication System. This system verifies that you are currently enrolled or working at the home university and that your library patron’s record is in good standing (i.e., no overdue books, no outstanding fines, etc.). The lending library will inform patrons of the method of verification they are using. After verification, you will need to follow the registration procedures at the lending library. Procedures for registration of TRLN students may differ at each library.
You will need to provide your NCCU Borrower ID number and your PIN (Your borrower ID is your BANNER number, and your PIN is the number provided to you by your home library). You may obtain your PIN at any time by contacting the Circulation Department at 919-530-6426.
Expiration of Privilege
Eligibility for borrowing will be verified and borrowing privileges renewed on a regular schedule. Student privileges will expire on August 15. Faculty and staff privileges will expire annually on December 15. Borrowing privileges must be renewed the first time an NCCU borrower uses a member library after the date of expiration.
The lending library’s undergraduate student loan period applies to all visiting borrowers, regardless of status.
- All loan policies and charges assessed to the visiting borrower for overdue fines, lost books, or damaged materials will be based on the policies of the lending libraries.
- The lending library reserves the right to restrict the use of high-demand materials. It will also expect the immediate return of all materials that are recalled.
- The lending library may deny borrowing privileges to visitors who violate its regulations and policies.
- Library borrowing privileges may be denied to any applicant with a delinquent record in either his/her home library or another TRLN cooperating library, or for other sufficient reason.
- All fines and charges are the sole responsibility of the visiting borrower, not their home institution.
- Unpaid fines or charges will be forwarded to the visiting borrower’s home campus and applied to the borrower’s account there.
- New visiting borrowers must go to the main libraries for registration prior to obtaining borrowing privileges at branch libraries.
- Duke University (Perkins Library)
- North Carolina Central University (James E. Shepard Memorial Library)
- North Carolina State University (D.H. Hill Library)
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Davis Library)
ULAC Cooperative Library Borrowing Program
The Cooperative Library Lending Borrowing Program brings together the 16 participating libraries of the constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina in a cooperative direct borrowing program that constitutes one aspect of a policy of broad sharing of library resources.
- Appalachian State University
- East Carolina University
- Elizabeth City State University
- Fayetteville State University
- North Carolina A&T State University
- North Carolina Central University
- North Carolina School of the Arts
- North Carolina State University
- The University of North Carolina at Asheville
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
- The University of North Carolina at Wilmington
- Western Carolina University
- Winston Salem State University
NCCU students requesting borrowing privileges at a participating library must present a valid NCCU student ID card along with another form of photo ID.
Person Eligible and Registration Procedures
Eligible participants in this program include faculty, students and staff who can be identified in their home library’s patron database. Once the patron has been determined to be eligible to borrow library materials, the lending library is responsible for registering the borrower in its own database as a ULAC Cooperative Borrower. Policies governing the ULAC Cooperative Borrowers are to be determined by the lending library.
Privileges shall include book stack access and home-use borrowing. All materials borrowed shall be subject to the ULAC Cooperative Borrower patron guidelines of the lending library. All loan procedures and all charges assessed the cooperative user for overdue books, lost books, or damaged materials shall also be based on the policies of the lending library.
The lending library reserves the right to refuse borrowing and building-use privileges to any individual who violates the regulations of that library. Any library may deny cooperative borrowing privileges to any prospective borrower who is delinquent at his or her library or in any of the cooperating libraries. All fines and charges are the sole responsibility of the visiting borrower, not their home institution. Unpaid fines or charges will be forwarded to the visiting borrower’s home institution and applied to the borrower’s account there.