Special Collections Request Form

Thank you for requesting digital content from Special Collections and Archives - Digital Scholarship Center (SC&A-DSC).

If you are currently an employee or an on-campus student at Abilene Christian University, please contact SC&A-DSC staff (blogs.acu.edu/specialcollections/about/contact-us/) or come by Special Collections and Archives (located on the lower-level of the ACU Library) with your request. Doing so will expedite your request and possibly provide you with additional resources in our collections.

If you are needing to view or obtain information from the following, please redirect your request through ACU's or your local public or academic library's Inter-library loan:

- Any Thesis or Dissertation located in the ACU Library (including Special Collections and Archives)
- Any materials held within the Donner Collection

ATTENTION: Filling out the form does not guarantee your request will be fulfilled. Each request will be reviewed by SC&A-DSC staff to ensure the stability and safe handling of each item. If the item is to fragile or might be damaged by the digitization process, it will not be digitized. There may be digitization fee if your request takes more than 30 minutes to fulfill. If we have any questions concerning your request, we will contact you before we start the digitization process.

If you have any questions, or want to contact SC&A-DSC Staff directly about your research needs, please click on the following link to take you to the Contact page for SC&A-DSC:

blogs.acu.edu/specialcollections/about/contact-us/

You will be notified when your item is ready, by the means you have indicated below.

Special Collections is open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.

** Requests are fulfilled in the order they are received. We will contact you if your request will require extra time to process, or we are not able to digitize the item(s). Thank you!

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