You’ll want to spend a lot of time in Marshall Brooks Library. In many ways, it’s the academic hub on campus. You’ll probably wind up in the library for many of your classes. Or you may just find it’s a great place to focus and do your work.
In addition to all the regular things you’d expect to find, the Marshall Brooks Library has a profound depth of resources, an impressive archive, and a number of special collections including a first edition of Paradise Lost and a letter from Virginia Woolf. Our library has served as a Federal Depository since 1957 and provides public access to federal documents on paper and in electronic formats.
Without question, the best thing about the Library is the expert staff who can help you find just about anything you need. Once in a while, you might need something they don’t already have on site. In that case, the staff will help you open a Library account, if you don’t already have, introduce you to I-Share, an online system for requesting books and resources from other libraries. Your materials will arrive in 3–5 days.