For Students

Resources & services for students

The libraries are here to help as you work on research projects for class, seek out answers to questions of your own, or browse for fun. The resources and services linked below are especially useful for students.

Search the Catalog Search Databases Browse Research Guides

Did you know? Student organizations can Reserve the Fireside Lobby for events!

Popular Databases

Academic Search Complete JSTOR PsycINFO

Library & Research Help

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Ask a Question

Get in touch with the librarian who can best help, depending on what your question is about. We’re here to help!

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Meet With a Librarian

Schedule a one-on-one meeting with a librarian to ask questions or talk about your research.

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Get Started on Your Research

Check out our How To Guide on starting a research project for tips on choosing a topic, coming up with search terms, and staying organized.

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Cite & Evaluate Sources

Browse our help resources for citing and evaluating the sources you’re using in a research project.

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Attend an Event

The library offers regular events and workshops, from book club to drop-in citation help nights. Check out our events calendar and join us for an upcoming event!

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Take Our Research Skills Course

ID201: College Research Fundamentals is the library’s 1-credit research skills course. You’ll learn strategies for finding, evaluating, and citing all kinds of information.

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