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Gerald R. Sherratt Library

 

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Maps: Main Level

 

visual map of the first (Main) level of the library

 

visual key to the symbols used on the map on this page

 

View Printable PDF of the Main Level

 

1 - Questions Desk

Reference Librarians can assist anyone with questions.
 

2 - Reference Collection

Contains encyclopedias, dictionaries, and almanacs to help you with your library research.
 

3 - Computer Lab

Over 100 computers available for student use. Public computers are also available.
 

4 - Jerry's Cafe

Purchase beverages, snacks, and meals to eat in the library..
 

5 - Journals Collection

Contains magazines, newspapers, journals, and newsletters.
 

6 - Media Collection

Contains computer programs, video tapes, recordings, pictures, charts, maps, kits, transparencies, posters, books on tape, classical music CDs, and models.
 

7- Copy Shop

Students may purchase materials, get things printed, print off posters, and so much more to help prepare for classes and presentations. 
 

8 - Interlibrary Loan

Assistance in receiving and returning materials from other libraries.
 

9 - Check out Desk and Lost & Found

Check out and return books, laptops, calculators, study rooms, lockers, headphones, and other materials, as well as pay fines on overdue items. Lost & Found items from all over campus are brought here.
 

Group Study Rooms

Group study rooms are provided for students to study together without interrupting other students in the library. Each study room is equipped with a large flat-screen T.V. or a pull-down screen and a projector, a computer, a white board, a clock, a table, and chairs. Group study rooms on the first floor can be reserved online.