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Find a research article that you don't have access to?

First, try searching in all the library sources by entering the title of your article in the search bar below. If the library has the source, it will come up in the results of the search.

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Faculty Article Request Policies

Who is eligible?

  • Full time faculty
  • Chamberlain administration  
  • Adjunct faculty requests will be considered with the approval of the program dean.

How long does it take to get an article?

Requests are processed M-F during business hours and may take up to 7-20 business days to be delivered.

What type of materials can be ordered?

Article requests are limited to those items available in our document delivery system.

Only scholarly research articles for Chamberlain projects and committee work will be requested. Items that cannot be ordered include:

  • Requests for conference abstracts, editorials and non-research articles
  • Print and media items

How many articles can be requested?

  • No more than 5 articles per day
  • No more than 10 articles per patron in a calendar year. If additional articles are needed, approval of the program dean will be required.  


  • Faculty request costs will be charged back to the requestor's program, so approval of the program dean is required.
  • A Chamberlain email address is required.
  • The maximum cost for a single article request is set to $45. We can order articles that exceed this maximum cost on a case by case basis, but the ordering of these articles will count for two articles toward the total of the allotted 10 articles per calendar year for a patron.
  • Articles are ordered for the sole use of the patron and are not to be redistributed or included in courses.

Faculty Article Request Form

Click on the button below to start your request.

Requests may take 7-20 business days to be delivered. The librarians can help you find alternate information for your topic. Use the Ask Us page to connect to a librarian.

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