This service is available to USC Upstate faculty members, staff and currently-enrolled students at no cost. When materials arrive you will be notified by e-mail. Requested materials can be picked up at the USC Upstate Library circulation desk, or at the UCG Library for students attending there.
The above widget allows you to search the participating libraries catalogs for books. You will be able to see the availability of materials throughout the entire state. If you find what you are looking for you can ask that it be delivered.
PASCAL (Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries) DELIVERS allows you to order, through the PASCAL catalog, books from academic libraries throughout the entire state of South Carolina (including USC Upstate's Library). You may choose to have books delivered the Upstate's Library or University Center Library. You may even pick them up at your choice of participating libraries.
PASCAL Delivers is a rapid book delivery service for students, faculty, and staff at South Carolina colleges and universities. With PASCAL Delivers you can search library holdings of colleges and universities across the state of South Carolina.
PASCAL Delivers currently includes the holdings all the University of South Carolina libraries, Clemson University, Winthrop University, College of Charleston, Coastal Carolina University, and many more. Libraries are still being added to PASCAL Delivers. When complete, PASCAL Delivers will include the library holdings of all colleges and universities in the state.
Questions? Contact PASCAL Specialist
PASCAL Participating Libraries
University Center of Greenville (pickup location only)
For users, PASCAL Delivers is faster. PASCAL Delivers is a patron-initiated system; the patron sends a lending request directly to a lending library without involving the patron’s home institution. The book will be sent to the patron’s home institution, at which point the patron's home library becomes involved with the process. By cutting out the library “middle man,” this system is faster and cheaper for libraries to use.