Connect with Iliff and Fellow Alumni
Find more information on requesting your transcript from our registrar.
Don’t forget to give us the latest news about you and your fellow alumni. Fill out this form to spread the word through Iliff social media.
Your Alumni Association
Alumni Association Board members volunteer and create programming to benefit their fellow alumni and the community. Learn more here.
Visit the the Professional (In)Formation Network to view Iliff’s community partners, job postings, and volunteer opportunities.
Ira J. Taylor Library Special Privileges for Iliff Alumni
As an alumni of Iliff, you may use your alumni card to check out books and materials from the Iliff library. You should come to the Iliff Taylor Library Circulation Desk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your account. You may find materials on campus or online using the Primo catalog system.
The Primo catalog system searches materials from both Iliff and DU collections.
If you are only interested in Iliff materials, you may use “search facets” to limit your search to Iliff alone (more information here). If you find materials at DU, you will be able to check out these materials using “Iliff visitor” privileges, using your Iliff account. Be sure you visit Iliff first or contact email@example.com to set up your account before you visit DU.
We are pleased to offer access for alumni/ae of Iliff to the ATLA Religion Database, an online Internet-based resource that includes indexing of periodicals in the field of religion and some full-text access to articles in a growing number of journals. To access the passwords and links for the database, login to my.www.iliff.edu, choose the “Alums and Friends” tab and then the “Library for Alums” link along the left sidebar. If you are an Iliff Alumni and do not have login information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also note that if you are on campus at Iliff, you may use our other subscription databases. These are only available to alumni/ae from on campus.
Useful Open Access Sources
Open resource to use once you have searched the library resources and want to see what other scholarly (academic) materials have been published on your topic or if you are having trouble finding scholarly information on your topic: Contact email@example.com or the Iliff Research Center for help.
A project of the Society of Biblical Literature, the world’s leading scholars share the latest historical and literary research on key people, places, and passages of the Bible.
Have a suggestion for other free/open access tools other alumni might like? Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.