This online library guide is prepared specifically to help new international students.
A Virtual Tour of the Park Library Building
- Floor Plans
Interactive floor plans.
First step in getting to know this huge new library. Know where computer workstations, photocopiers, printers, and reading areas are on each floor of the building. Click on the link provided above to see their specific locations.
Please know that help is available; just feel free to ask.
- Book Collections
First floor: Call numbers A to G
Second floor: Call numbers H to L
Fourth floor: Call numbers M to Z
Microforms - Northeast end
Bounds volumes - Shelves
Current issues _ Mary Dow Reading Room
(Please note that a good number of our journals are available electronically.)
- Book Checkout Desk
Here is where you can check out books and other library materials, reserve study rooms, activate your library privileges, and (hopefully not) pay fines.
- Reference Desk
Staffed with professional librarians and trained student assistants, Reference Desk is set up to provide you with help for your research.
- Reserve Desk
Third floor - Mary Dow Reading Room.
If your professors set aside reading materials for your courses, you will find them in this area.
- Study Rooms
Study rooms (individual and group) will be great places for you to focus on your studies and assignments. They are located on Ist, 3rd, and 4th floors of the library building. Please review descriptions and policies for reserving them for your study.
- Extended Hours Study
Provides space for you to study even after the main the library is closed.
- Writing Center
Need expert advice on your writing? The Writing Center provides you it and will help with your writing.
- Library Student Employment
Those of you who are interested in student assistant jobs in the library might find the form and related information here.