How to borrow
Login to Primo Search
Search for your book or other items and go to the Availability and Request tab
If you are on campus, use the location details and call number to retrieve from shelf
If you are requesting home delivery, intercampus loan, a digitised copy, or the item is on loan:
Select Loan (to order the physical item) or Digitisation (to order an electronic copy)
Complete the relevant form and then click on Request/Acknowledge Copyright
You can review your requests by going to My Library Record and viewing your Requests (in the left menu)
Renewing your loans
Renew your loans by logging into My Library Record
Items can't be renewed if:
They are more than 28 days overdue
You have unpaid fees of $100 or more
Someone else has requested the item
You've reached the renewal limit for that item
Avoid fees by returning them on time.
Request books and other material from CSU libraries to be delivered to your home address. Home delivery is available to students enrolled through CSU Online study mode, as well as these eligible staff and student groups.
Free return postage is available within Australia for students enrolled through CSU Online study mode. The Library provides one return postage label in each parcel. Allow at least 5 business days for delivery through Australia Post regular mail service.
CSU Online students, enrolled through an Australian campus, can request books to be posted overseas. Return postage costs are covered by the student.
Place requests for items from another CSU Library and choose to have them delivered to your campus. Allow up to 5 working days for delivery.
Request copies of book chapters, table of contents or journal articles from print resources to be scanned and emailed to you.
Copyright restrictions apply.
Allow 2 working days to receive your emailed copy.
Journal articles, books and other items that are not held by the library, may be requested using our interlibrary loans service. Fees may apply.
Material from other libraries cannot be sent overseas. We are only able to obtain digitised copies of chapters or articles for students outside Australia.