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Resources & Services for Students
The Library has resources to help you succeed in your classes whether they are on campus or online. But did you know students have free access to Office 365? And career planning help? And wellness services? Take a look at these & other tools the College offers that will help you succeed in class & beyond

What We Are Doing to Keep Us All Safe

To keep us all safe, the Library & ASC have protocols in place. If you plan to visit us, please note:

  • All students, faculty, and staff must wear a mask at all times in the Library, in the ASC, and on Viktor the Viking wearing a face maskcampus. In-person service will be denied to persons not wearing a mask. Free disposable or reusable masks are available at the door. Online services will be arranged for students who cannot wear a mask.
  • The Library & ASC are operating at reduced capacity and are observing social distancing. The number of computers and study spots are greatly reduced. An appointment is recommended.
  • You must check in at the front desk when you arrive. You may be asked for your College email address, a photo ID, and confirmation of passing the College's Daily Health Assessment.
  • You will be instructed & provided supplies to disinfect your space. 
  • If you need to use a model, gloves will be provided.
  • You may check out books or DVDs. Please follow the Library's procedures and do not browse extensively. Grab & Go pickup service is encouraged.
  • Magazines, periodicals, and newspapers will not be displayed for browsing
  • Group instruction, workshops, and events will be held online. Individual assistance is available in-person or online. 
  • All returned material and material that was handled by patrons in the library will be isolated for 3 - 8 days before being handled by staff and reshelved depending on the material type in keeping with findings from the REALM Project.
    • There will be a delay of at least 4 days from the time you place material in the drop-box to the time that material is then handled by staff, checked-in, and removed from your account.
    • The Library does not charge daily overdue fines and your access to services will not be impacted due to recently overdue items. (If you have material that was 6 weeks overdue before March 13, 2020, that obligation is already on your record. Contact your campus Library for details.)