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Interlibrary Loan Services

Interlibrary Loan System

Log In to JCKL ILL

You will be directed to the UCM Single Sign-on (SSO) screen. 

Enter your UCM user name and password.

JCKL ILL allows patrons to place and monitor requests from anywhere with any device. Patrons can also sign up for email or text notifications so they know the moment their request is fulfilled.

The JCKL interlibrary loan service is available at:

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Making & Managing a Request

To make an interlibrary loan request, click on “Create Request” button.

The default request form is for a journal article/book chapter request. If you need to request an entire book, multimedia (DVD, CD, etc.) or music score, click on the book/media/score link and the form elements will change.

Fill in the information that describes the item you are requesting.  Fields with asterisks (*) are required for successful submission of the form. Once completed, click on the “Submit Request” button at the bottom of the page.

Requests will now show up on the home page of your account. From there, you can track the status of your request. You will receive an email when your electronic or physical item arrives.

To manage your requests, you do so from the Interlibrary Loan Requests section of your account.  There you can view:

  • Pending requests
  • Articles/book chapters (PDF)
  • Physical item due dates
  • Canceled and completed requests
  • Notifications

Distance Learning

For eligible students, Interlibrary Loan can retrieve library books that you wish to have shipped to you or scan and upload articles or book chapters to your Interlibrary Loan account. Requests for books and scans are usually processed within 48 hours. Books are delivered by Media Mail through the United States Postal Service and should arrive within 4-12 business days. A prepopulated label is provided to return books. There is no charge for this service.


Distance Learning services are available to the University of Central Missouri students who meet the following requirements:

  • Located inside the contiguous 48 states AND

  • Live outside of the City of Warrensburg AND

  • Currently enrolled in an online course and not attending a class that meets in Warrensburg or Lee’s Summit at the Missouri Innovation Campus at least once a week.

For more information about distance learning service eligibility email Interlibrary Loan Services ( or call (660) 543-4508.

Books on Course Reserves or library use-only items are not eligible for this service. However, chapters or sections can be scanned and sent to your Interlibrary Loan account. Please see the Interlibrary Loan Guide for more information and instructions.