Madeleine Clark Wallace Library

For Students: Resources & Services

Librarians are delighted to help you with access to our collections and with your research. The library houses many opportunities for your to study in quiet spaces, with groups, and to seek assistance from a librarian. On the main floor, our information desk is staffed by students and staff, where you can ask questions and get help as you find your way. We encourage you to explore the building to find your favorite study nook!
Course Reserves

The library buys one copy of every required textbook they can find. These items may be available in print or electronically, and can be used only in the library. Search by course or instructor to find your book.

Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery

Need a book we don't have or only need one chapter from a book on reserve? You can interlibrary loan books and articles (which may take up to 2 weeks) or request a scan of a chapter (takes 1-2 days). Note: Ebooks cannot be requested. Request with this form.

Find materials for your research


Search our catalog to discover print and ebooks, articles, videos, and more.


Use one of our databases to explore subject-specific content.

Teach Yourself

Librarian-created tutorials to teach yourself research concepts.

Get your work done


Canvas is where faculty store materials for your classes. Check out the Canvas Student Guides for help getting started.

Reserve a Room

For privacy or study, with a group or alone.

Gain access, get involved


Library staff make efforts to accommodate all members of the community.

Library Jargon

Like all of academia (and the world), libraries have their terminologies.

Student Advisory Board

Get involved to influence the future of the library.