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Carolinas Theological Library Consortium (CTLC)

Consortium Use Policies

The Carolinas Theological Library Consortium (CTLC) was begun to allow greater resource sharing amongst the various schools with theology and/or religion programs in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina, area. It has grown over time to include institutions throughout North and South Carolina. Each school in the Consortium has agreed to abide by the following borrowing policies. Students are advised to have their current student identification with them to check out materials from another CTLC library.

Consortium Use Policies

  • Circulating library materials may be borrowed by duly certified faculty, students, and staff of CTLC member schools and organizations from any CTLC member library in accordance with the borrowing regulations of the lending library.
  • Borrowers are responsible for learning circulation and access regulations at the respective institution's library. Borrowers agree to be governed by these regulations.
  • Patrons need to borrow books in person. Libraries are not expected to answer telephone queries or provide materials by mail, except for inter-library loans requested through standard ILL request forms.
  • Member libraries will maintain a current written statement of their policies in their public service area.
  • Users of any CTLC library are subject to all fines, rules and regulations of the servicing library. Patrons will be notified of overdue material by the library from which the library material was borrowed.

Consortium Meetings

Librarians from CTLC member schools get together twice a year to interact, share library and school reports, and engage in library professional development. Meetings are hosted by different member schools.

CTLC Officers