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How the Library Can Help Grad Students

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Now that you’ve entered the next phase of your college career, don’t miss out on all of the valuable resources available to you at the Sprague Library!

Need some alone time to study and research? There are quiet study spaces on both the first and second floor. The Graduate Study Room is a silent room available for individual work and study, located to the left as you exit the elevator on the lower level, room number 44.

Be sure to check out our Database A-Z list to find the best databases for your subject area. If your classes require books or media, check our library catalog first. We don’t collect every textbook or musical score, but we just might have the novel you’re reading available to you for free. If you can’t find what you need, request the item (book, book chapter, article, etc.) through our interlibrary service.

Our librarians are here to help with your research! The Ask a Librarian service lets you text, chat, email or phone a librarian who is ready to answer any questions you may have. If you’re at the library in person, the Reference Desk is available on the first floor if you have a question. You can also set up a research appointment to discuss your projects face-to-face with a professional.

Still have questions? Be sure to check out our drop-in workshops all throughout the semester.