Tripsaver Services include:
The NCSU Libraries will borrow materials not available in the NCSU Libraries from other libraries and document delivery vendors. This includes materials not owned by the NCSU Libraries and items checked out, lost or missing. There is no charge for this service.
NCSU faculty, staff, visiting scholars and registered students and Centennial Campus partners may use this service.
TRLN Direct is a service used to quickly fill interlibrary loan requests from Duke, NC Central, and UNC Libraries. NCSU users will submit requests through Tripsaver request pages, and our staff will try to locate the item at a TRLN Library. If available, we will move the request to the TRLN Direct system for delivery in 1-2 business days. Items filled through TRLN Direct will be available at your preferred pickup location for 10 days after receipt; check out for 120 days with no renewals to faculty, graduates, and staff, 30 days with 3 renewals to undergraduates; and are visible in the "NCSU Libraries" section of "My Account."
Document delivery of NCSU owned materials
The NCSU Libraries will scan and deliver articles from sources in our collection. This includes items in any of our branch libraries. This services is free of charge for NCSU students, faculty, staff, and University Affiliates. NCSU Friends of the Library and non-NCSU patrons are charged a cost recovery fee.
- Document delivery for NCSU patrons
- Document delivery for Friends of the Library patrons
- Document delivery for non-NCSU patrons
Delivery of bookBot materials
NCSU Libraries affiliates and guests may request books, whole journal volumes, article copies, and microforms from the Hunt Library bookBot.
Delivery of NCSU materials from one library to another
NCSU students, faculty, staff, and Library patrons may request available materials to be held at the NCSU library of their choice (D. H. Hill, James. B Hunt, Design, Natural Resources, Veterinary Medicine). To do so, look up the book in our catalog and click the "Request" link (look for the truck icon).
Distance learner services
Distance learners can request home delivery of books and digital delivery of articles. Please email the Tripsaver office directly if you are not enrolled in a distance program, but still require access to these services.
Lending to other libraries
This service is for non-profit, non-OCLC affiliated libraries. For a cost-recovery fee we will deliver copies of items in the NCSU Libraries collection. We will also loan books to those willing to abide by our loan request agreement. We are not able to loan items to public libraries outside the state of North Carolina.
- D. H. Hill Library, Box 7111
2 Broughton Drive
Raleigh, NC, 27695-7111