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The Readers' Services Division is divided into subject divisions as listed below.
The main issue desk and the Reserve Collection are located here. Users are provided with the following services here: borrowing, returns, renewals, reservations, photocopy requests, financial transactions.
The Reserve Collection contains materials that have been placed in the Reserve Collection upon the request of Faculty. The items may be owned by the Library or by faculty members and are high-use items with shorter circulation periods to accommodate the usually high demand.
- Humanities & Education
In the Humanities & Education Division located on the First Floor (Old Wing) you can find information related to the following subject areas: Creative Arts, Education, History, Languages, Library Science, Literature, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Religion.
This Division also houses two (2) reading rooms that can accommodate approximately sixty (60) persons.
Humanities & Education Reading Room
- Science & Technology
In the Science & Technology Division located on the Second Floor (Old Wing) you can find information related to the following subject areas: Agriculture, Architectural Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Health, Environmental Science, Forestry, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Technology, Medicine, Natural Sciences, Naval Science, Pharmacy, Physics, Technology and Military Science.
This Division also houses two (2) reading rooms that can accommodate approximately ninety-eigth (98) persons.
Science & Technology Reading Room
- Social Sciences & Law
In the Social Sciences & Law Division located on the First Floor (New Wing) you can find information related to the following subject areas: Anarchism, Banking & Finance, Commerce, Communism, Criminology, Economics, Law, Local Government, Management, Politics, Socialism, and Sociology, among others.