Clinton School of Public Service

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Libraries are one of four affiliated institutions serving Clinton School students and faculty. Students enrolled at the Clinton School are cross-registered on the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, campus with the following services:

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Borrowing Privileges and Library Account

Your Clinton School ID card is your library card for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Use this card to check out books and bound periodicals. A list of loan periods and borrowing policies is available.

By using your UARK username and password, you may view items currently checked out to you and renew materials up to two times if they are not requested by another patron.

Your UARK account (email address is assigned to you at registration but must be activated by visiting the new user page for campus. To activate your UARK username, you will need to know your University of Arkansas nine-digit ID number.

Learn more about your UARK account.

Remote Access to Research Databases and E-Journals

Students may log into more than 300 research databases and more than 30,000 electronic journals by using their UARK username and password.

Once you have activated your UARK account, you may access most of our electronic resources remotely. Be sure to use the links from our web site as any personal bookmarks will not route you through our remote authentication system.

Learn more about remote access.

Interlibrary Loan Delivery of Books and Articles

After creating your Interlibrary Loan account on ILLIad, you may request:

  • books from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, collections to be mailed to your home or office
  • copies of articles or chapters delivered electronically
  • Interlibrary Loan services to borrow books or articles from other libraries

Learn more about Interlibrary Loan.

Reference and Research Assistance

Reference Librarians are available to assist you in person or via telephone, email, chat, and letter in:

  • identifying and using appropriate databases
  • locating articles and books on your topic
  • locating documents, reports, dissertations, or any other type of resource

You may also wish to contact the subject specialist for your avenue of inquiry.

Contact a reference librarian.

Whom can I contact for more information?

Borrowing Privileges and Library Account Information

Mullins Help Desk: 479-575-4104
866-818-8115 (toll free)
Sherryl Faulkner-Robinson: 479-575-8442

Reference and Research Assistance

866-818-8115 (toll free)
Find your Subject Librarian

Remote Access to Library Databases

Beth Juhl, Web Services
866-818-8115 (toll free)
Remote Access Help Pages

Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loan

Tess Gibson, Head of Interlibrary Loan
866-818-8115 (toll free)