Not sure what the library has to offer you as a student? Here’s a brief overview of some of the services that are available to you for free!
Use the library search to find articles, journals, and books or find out what databases we subscribe to.
Get articles and books the library doesn’t own for free through interlibrary loan.
Like Google Scholar? Set your preferences to make sure you’re getting articles for free.
Looking for a book on reserve? Search course reserves.
Browse our collection of anatomy models available for checkout from the Library Service Desk.
Request library materials for pickup or home delivery using Book Request.
Browse a list of required and recommended course books available through the Library.
Try a Zoom Room for a quiet place to attend a virtual class. Keys available for 2-hour checkout at the Library Service Desk (OneCard Required).
Request calculators for pickup from the library using OneSearch (sign-in required). Visit the Calculator FAQ for more information.
Not on campus? Use GlobalProtect or Sign in to the Library website to access databases and other resources! See Off-Campus Access for details.
Find library hours, how to borrow library books and media, or where things are located in the building.
Book a study room with your classmates.
Book the presentation practice room to record, rehearse, and refine oral and multimedia presentations before presenting at a conference, in class, or for an interview.
Use over 180 computers, borrow a laptop, or learn how to print.
Need help with your research? Ask us via phone, email, or chat.
Browse Research Guides and Library How-To.
Find a Subject Librarian who specializes in your major.