For Alumni and Special Borrower patrons, if you are unable to locate your book in the Stacks, please submit this Special Borrower’s Retrieval Form and a member of the Circulation department will conduct a search and pull your requested materials. Please allow up to 3 business days for staff to complete search and follow up with you.
Your feedback is important to us. We are always interested in your ideas as to how we can improve our services. You can use this online form to submit your comment, complaint, or suggestion to us, where it will be reviewed promptly.
Please use this form for items that are currently checked out to you and that you cannot find. You will be billed for the lost item. Please allow 3-5 business days for staff to complete search and follow up with you.
If you have been assessed a library fine, but you feel that you should not have been, please complete the Dispute a Fine Form. Please allow 72 hours for staff to conduct a thorough shelf search and complete fine resolution process
Help your students succeed with research at USF Libraries! Librarians can work with you to develop and present online library research instruction sessions or online Canvas modules that are customized to work with your class assignments.
This form enables you to suggest materials for the Library to consider for purchase for addition to the collection. Requests will be evaluated by library faculty based on available funds and USF St. Petersburg programmatic needs.
By completing the form below, faculty may schedule our media materials for specific lecture dates. Requests should be submitted as far in advance as possible of the date(s) needed. We can’t guarantee the item will be available for the date(s) requested.
By using this form you can request assistance in finding an item that is missing from its shelf location at the library. Use this form if the catalog states that the item you are searching for is “available” and you have looked for this item in the library, yet you could not locate it. Please allow up to 3 days for a complete and thorough search to be made by library staff.
USF Libraries depend on users to know the volume etiquette of the library and work together to create places that are conducive to reading and studying. The issue will be routed to on-duty staff and they will respond as staffing permits. Please note: study rooms are not sound proof and be mindful of your conversations.
A proxy card allows another individual to check out items on your USF account. This can be especially helpful when you (the sponsor) are personally unable to visit the Library but where the other individual (the proxy) can obtain the item in your place. For instance, a USF faculty member may want to obtain a proxy card for their graduate assistant.
Meet with your liaison librarian or subject expert to find the most useful sources, learn how to search effectively, or just get started in the library. For new or experienced users, a research consultation can make your life easier.
Special Borrower’s cards are for individuals that are not part of any of USF’s affiliated entities. If you believe you may be part of an USF affiliate organization, please inquire at the Library Services Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information about available library services you may have access to as part of service agreements.
This important form which gathers your important feedback can be used for web site comments or issues pertaining to content or operation. Depending upon the nature of the comments given, it will be routed to the page content owner, the department head, or the webmaster.
Students, faculty, staff, and community users interested in learning more about conducting research with The Weekly Challenger collection's resources in Special Collections and Digital USFSP are encouraged to submit their request online and/or schedule a consultation.