Answered By: Mark Glen Bilby, Ph.D.
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2019     Views: 926

SCATLA Regional Reciprocal Borrowing

CST is no longer a member of SCATLA. If you have SCATLA borrowing privileges through the CST library, your account will not be renewed under SCATLA. However, the majority of SCATLA institutions are also members of ATLA. Please see the information below to maintain your borrowing privileges.

ATLA National Reciprocal Borrowing

ATLA's national reciprocal borrowing consortium gives CST faculty, staff and students access to dozens of the best theological libraries around the country. See the program description, along with a list and map of participating libraries here. To obtain borrowing privileges at a given library, please submit an approval request to ATLA@cst.edu a few business days in advance of your planned arrival.