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Remote Access to Library Resources

This guide provides instructions for accessing library resources from off campus.

Using the Request It! Service

How to Request a Book when Off-Campus

(Or, How Do I Request Curbside Delivery?)

If you are off-campus, you can use our Request It! Feature to get a book from the library.  Here’s how it works.

1. While you are browsing the catalog, if a book circulates, you will see a Request It! Note next to the item in the list. 

Request It Button List View


2. When you browse the item record, you will then see a Request It! Button in the navigation bar.  If you want to borrow the item, you can click on the button to do so.

Request It Button Item View


3. After clicking on the button, you will have two options for getting the book:

  1. By default, law library staff will pull the book and set aside on shelving behind the Circulation Desk.  When it is ready, you’ll be notified by email and can come into the library to pick up the book (law students and faculty only).   
  2. If you would rather not come into the library, or if you are a patron from outside the law school, you can pick up the book via curbside during our open hours. When you get to the library to pickup your book, call the circulation desk at 303-492-7534 and someone will bring it to you at the curb near South (main) Entrance to the Wolf Law Building.



4. Enter your Identikey information (law students and faculty) or your library card # and name (public patrons and non-law CU patrons).  The request will be sent to the law library staff for processing.

We hope you will take advantage of this service during these restricted times.  If there is something we can help find for you, please let us know by emailing

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