MNLINK will restore full requesting service on Monday July 20. Request limits have been lowered, and some measures have been put in place that will make the delivery process slower, but safer for the staff filling your requests. Some libraries are not able restart service at this time. Requests will only be filled by a library within the direct MNLINK library group. This list of MNLINK libraries will not be borrowing or lending materials right now, but they are working to restore their service for you: Bethel University, Duluth Public Library, Hamline University, Rochester Public Library, St. Catherine University, University of Minnesota, and University of St. Thomas.

MNLINK is a statewide system that serves as a discovery and interlibrary loan interface for library patrons and staff. Through our participating libraries, patrons have easy access to the catalogs of most libraries in Minnesota. The system also provides access to electronic resources that are available to Minnesotans. This includes electronic journals, images, and ebooks as well as access to the physical books that are held in libraries.