Document Delivery

We are responsible for obtaining materials unavailable at the Mount. Students, staff and faculty can borrow physical material and obtain copies from works that are not held by the Mount Library.

Request Form

Request Item through Document Delivery»

Login using the barcode on your Mount ID card;
your default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number.

Document Delivery Account

  • Request a renewal of a book borrowed from outside of Novanet
  • Check the status of a request
  • Cancel a request
  • Send a message to Document Delivery staff

Once logged in choose "Open Requests" from the side menu.

Login using the barcode on your Mount ID card;
your default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number.

Novanet Account

  • Renew books borrowed from any Novanet Library
  • Check the status of holds
  • View fines and blocks

Once logged in choose the "My Library Account" tab.

Login using the barcode on your Mount ID card;
your default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number.

Request or Update an MSVU ID card

Your Mount ID card is your Library card. The credentials on your ID card (barcode / PIN) can be used to place holds, order Document Delivery items, renew books, or check the status of your Library account. 

Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to visit the Library in person to receive an ID card. If you're unable to visit campus, please use the following form to request a new ID card, an update sticker, or have your login credentials e-mailed to you. 

Document Delivery Contact

Monday-Friday 10 am-3 pm 
Document Delivery Department
902-457-6435 or DocDel@msvu.ca

Evenings & Weekends
Library Access Services Desk
902-457-6250

Document Delivery
Mount Saint Vincent University Library
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3M 2J6
Canada

Email: docdel@msvu.ca
Ariel: 140.230.5.118
Tel: (902) 457-6435
Fax: (902) 457-6445

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