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International Student Guide: New Castle

Information about how to access reading, entertainment, and research materials such as online periodicals, books, DVD movies, and full-text eBooks about your home country.

Access to Library Databases

1.  Visit the Library homepage,

2.  Type a search into the DISCOVERY search box or click on Find Articles and More.

3.  Once a resource is chosen, you will be prompted to log in using your myWilmU credentials

4.  After logging in, users will be sent directly into the database with full access to content.

Questions about this process?
Call the Library, 1-800-451-5724.

Wilmington University Library at New Castle Guide

Wilmington University Library at New Castle



Accessing Wilmington University Library Resources at New Castle

The Robert C. and Dorothy M. Peoples Library is your gateway to local, national, and global information resources. Through a combination of innovative technology and resources, professional staff are here to help you learn. Contact the Library at 1-800-451-5724 or email 

Library Hours

Library Card- Your Student ID serves as your Library card. All IDs will have the student ID number printed on the back of the ID card along with a barcode. 

To obtain a University ID card, please contact the Wilmington University Information Center (UIC) at (877) 967-5464 or the Wilmington University administrative offices at your site

Material Delivery– Although many library resources are accessible electronically, enrolled students and WU Faculty residing outside New Castle County, Delaware can have materials mailed to their home by calling 1-800-451-5724.

ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan)- Materials not owned by the University or unavailable electronically can be obtained through ILLiad, our Interlibrary Loan system. Requests can be made online using ILLiad.


Call, e-mail or come in to the library to solve your research dilemmas. Librarians are here to help you select and locate resources. Whether you need help searching the library databases or navigating the APA manual, library staff are always available in person, by phone or e-mail. Stop in or schedule an appointment for more in-depth assistance.

Request an Individual Assistance Session today!

At the Wilmington University Library,

we are here to help you learn.