We offer a variety of study spaces throughout the library.
- The library’s first floor accommodates group or individual study. This floor is generally busy with visitors coming and going quite frequently.
- The second floor, designated the QUIET floor, is ideal for individual study. However, the second-floor lounge and HAM 211, the MAC lab, can be used for group study.
- The third floor is open for group or individual study.
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- Research help is available at the library.
- A librarian will work with you to develop a search strategy, access the right database, and find credible resources.
- Visit Jessica Mahoney in HAM 100, Monday – Friday, 8 am-4 pm. Ask a research question or schedule a research appointment in person or through email.
- You can find research tips by browsing Research Process: What You Need to Know or exploring any of our Research Guides.
- The reference collection is located on the library’s third floor.
- Reference materials are available for use in the library or may be checked out.
- Many reference materials are also available in the library’s “Online Databases (Resources).” Credo Reference, Encyclopedia Britannica, and Oxford Reference Online are recommended for quick reference information.
- Materials reserved for use in a specific course may be checked out at Circulation and used in the library. You will need your FC OneCard.
- When requesting reserve items, be prepared to tell the desk attendant your course number and instructor.