Resources for On Campus Students

Using the Library 


The Library has a variety of spaces to suit your study needs

  • Floor 3 – quiet study and graduate-only study rooms
  • Floor 2M – 4-seat tables, individual study carrels, and study rooms
  • Floor 2 – the busiest and loudest floor – group and independent study space, campus computer lab, comfy seating, Book & Brew coffee shop, campus computing, OrePrint station, CASA, Writing Center and AMS tutoring, Research help desk
  • Floor 1M – 4-seat tables, study rooms
  • Floor 1 – 4- and 6-seat tables, study rooms, individual study carrels

Whiteboards and electrical outlets on all floors

Need a study break? Stop by Floor 2

  • Book & Brew Coffee Shop: Caffeine, sugar and snacks
  • New Fiction and Non-Fiction Books: Reading Room with a View
  • Jigsaw Puzzle of the Week: Adjacent to the campus computer lab

Course Reserves

Working with your professors, the library has put items for many classes on reserve, check them out at the Front Desk

Course Reserves Search

Didn’t find materials for your class?  Ask your professors to put items on reserve


Just for Grad Students

Study Rooms 320B and 320D for graduate students ONLY (Make a reservation)

Need In-Depth Assistance? We’ll meet with you one-on-one or as a group to help you with research in your field, tailored to your needs. See a librarian at the Front Desk or Ask a Librarian.

Manage Your Citations

Your Thesis/Dissertation



Arthur Lakes Library is one of the largest employers of students on campus. Most positions require work-study eligibility, but other positions are available. See DiggerNet for open positions.