In response to COVID-19, over 2 million books from the Library's print collection (including in-copyright materials) are available online for all McGill students, faculty, and staff via the HathiTrust Digital Library's Emergency Temporary Access Service. You can find more information on the HathiTrust Digital Library's Emergency Temporary Access Service, including how to access materials on this page.
A Terrace Pickup Service is available for print books not accessible electronically or through the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS). Only items located in the McLennan-Redpath Library Complex (Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, and Engineering), Nahum Gelber Law Library, the Islamic Studies Library and the Marvin Duchow Music Library are available for the moment. McGill users are able to request up to ten items at a time using a form. The contactless terrace pickup service occurs twice a week from the terrace of the McLennan Library Building (3459 McTavish Street).
The book request form, instructions and FAQs will are available on this page.
Did you know that you can borrow books and documents from other universities?
If you need something that the library doesn't have, you can put in an inter-library loan request. For more information, consult this page.