The Research Library Cooperative Program

UC Berkeley Interlibrary Services || Stanford University Interlibrary Services || UT Austin Inter-Library Service || RLCP Description || RLCP Request Forms

Eligible faculty, academic or professional staff, and currently registered graduate students at UC Berkeley, Stanford University, and UT Austin are eligible to obtain materials that are needed to support teaching, learning, research, and other University-related work through RLCP. Undergraduate students and visiting scholars are not eligible for RLCP privileges.

UT Austin Borrowing and Lending

Stanford researchers request UT Austin resources via SUL Interlibrary Borrowing.
UC Berkeley researchers request UTA materials via UCB ILB.
UT Austin researchers: Request from UC Berkeley and Stanford via UT Austin Interlibrary Borrowing.

To request from UT Austin: Stanford and UC Berkeley researchers, click the link of your home library to request materials.

Stanford and UC Berkeley Request Forms

Stanford and UC Berkeley patrons borrowing from UCB and Stanford: The personal information you provide will be included on each form that you submit.
Submit one Book Request Form or Article Request Form for each item that you need.

To preserve your privacy you should exit from the Web browser when you have completed all of your requests.

Personal Information

Required fields are marked with an asterisk ( * ).

* Name (Last, First):
* Home Institution
(check one):
UC BerkeleyStanford University
* RLCP Card Number or ID# (UCB or Stanford):
* Department:
* E-Mail Address:
Telephone Number
(include Area Code):


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