We're here to support you in any way that we can during this transition. We've put together a guide for Doing Research Remotely, and research help is available (usually 9 am - 7 pm) via chat, Zoom, and email. Check out our new Research Process guide for a big-picture overview, step-by-step help, and resources.
Students, you can renew your own books for additional three-month loans and bring them back to campus with you (seniors, we'll be in touch), but don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. We're working with your faculty to make print-reserve material accessible; learn more about library materials during the closure.
Get started with your research by searching for books (including e-books), articles, Archives & Special Collections material, digitized images, and more. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our research guides, stop by the reference desk with any questions, or make an appointment to meet with a librarian. Staying to do research this summer? Check out our workshops and activities just for you.
Contact Circulation at (413) 542-2373 with questions about lost or billed items.