In Charleston? Request any Clemson holding via PASCAL.
If Clemson doesn't own the book, journal, or other material you need, use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request it from other research libraries. It's free! but you must create a personal account in order to use it, and plan ahead: ILL can be fast or slow, depending on the type of material and which library responds. Clemson students in Charleston should request The College of Charleston as their pickup location.
WorldCat is the combined catalog of participating academic & museum libraries in 112+ countries and contains 47 million+ records.
* Clemson holdings will be indicated & linked.
* Request other materials through interlibrary loan.
PASCALCat: Catalog of the shared resources of South Carolina academic libraries
* Use basic search first, then select “Limit/Sort Search” for advanced features
* In the item record, click on the "Request this item" link.
* Receive materials via PASCAL Delivers
Search Dissertations and Theses - Full Text to identify dissertations (1861-present) and theses (1957-present) in all subject areas from over 1,000 universities (including Clemson University), many of which are available in full text online.
You can also search the library catalog by author or title to find out whether a specific dissertation, thesis, or final project (also known as "terminal project") is available in the Libraries. Use Interlibrary Loan to request items not in CU Libraries collections.
To get Clemson materials delivered to Charleston: Find a title either in our online catalog or via PASCAL. Click on the large green PASCAL emblem on the right of the record to equest available titles through PASCAL
To obtain books Clemson does not own: Interlibrary Loan: It's free! But can take time--plan ahead!
To add a title to the Gunnin or CDC.C collections:
Contact collection development librarian Kathy Edwards
2-112 Lee Hall
Email: kathye [at] clemson.edu
When all else fails: