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Finding materials for RTS-Charlotte students
Before submitting an Inter-Library Loan request we ask you to browse the resources listed below. If you have any questions or you would like to email your ILL request to rtsc-ill @ rts.edu.
Charlotte Theological Library Consortium (CTLC)
CTLC is a group of local theological libraries that allow their members to borrow from each of the other CTLC libraries You may search the holdings of these libraries online before making a trip to their campus (for more details and links, click here.)
Other Reciprocal Libraries
The following libraries have one-to-one reciprocal borrowing agreements with RTS-Charlotte. You must present student ID in order to borrow items from these libraries.
Other Area Libraries
These are other area libraries you might use. NOTE: we do NOT have any borrowing agreements with these institutions. Contact these libraries for their lending policies for non-students.
- Belmont Abby College(Belmont, NC)
- Central Piedmont Community College
- Davidson College
- Johnson C. Smith University
- Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County
- UNC Charlotte
- Wingate University (Wingate, NC)
- Winthrop University(Rock Hill, SC)
Around the Carolinas:
- Bob Jones University (Greenville, SC)
- Duke Divinity (Durham, NC)
- Gardner-Webb University/C. White Divinity School (Boiling Springs, NC)
- Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary (Columbia, SC)
- Wake Forest University & Divinity School (Winston Salem, NC)
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You will need a library card from any North Carolina public library to access NC Live (such as the Public Library of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County).
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Last updated 6-2-10 KMc.