Book Location Guide                              printer friendly image


Main Level

The main level of the Douglas and Judith Krupp Library is comprised of the Reference Collection as well as the journals and newspapers. Please note that these materials circulate only within the library.  Also located on the main level is current popular fiction - leisure reading - which may be checked out for two weeks at a time.  Audio-visual assets (DVDs, etc) are also located on the main level - in the compact shelving area; please ask for assistance to browse this collection.

Superceded reference material is located within the compact shelving located next to the Bello Print Booth. Recent back issues of journals and newspapers can be found by lifting the shelf upon which the current issue rests. Older back issues, if retained, are located within the same compact shelving as the Reference back files. Please ask for assistance if you need to access the compact shelving. We also carry select titles of journals and newspapers on microfilm; these are in the cabinets which are located both to the right and left of the compact shelving.

Upper Level

The upper level of the library is comprised exclusively of the circulating collection; all books located here may be checked out. Items include exhibits, new acquisitions, free discards, and the main collections. Please ask for assistance if you are having difficulty locating any material. Books are checked out at Borrower Services.