The second floor of the library is home to our General Collection. This collection spans a wide range of resources from nonfiction to classic literature, documentaries and more. Material in our General Collection can be borrowed for up to 28 days.
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Our Reference Collection is located on the first floor. This collection contains our most current encyclopedias, dictionaries and other information sources. While our print collection can only be used in the library, our digital reference resources can be accessed anywhere!
Our library subscribes to two sets of print magazines. Our general reading collection is located on the low shelves on the first floor of the library. Alternative media magazines are shelved in our Alt-Media room. Issues in these collections are available for reading in the library. We also have select individual digital subscriptions, and thousands of full-text titles available online.
Our Course Reserves Collection features material provided by instructors for specific courses. In select cases, instructors are able to provide one or more copies of the current textbook. Course reserve material is available at the circulation desk, and has varying check out periods.
Full text magazine and journal articles, streaming audio and video, E-Books and other online resources can be accessed through the library. Our electronic collections are available from both on and off campus.
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A highlight of the library's resources is our alternative press material. To support the needs of our unique, nontraditional college community, a substantial collection of alt press books, magazines, and other resources are available on our shelves and online. Our alternative press material includes Zines, a collection of self published magazines