Earl E. & Dorothy J. Dellinger Learning Resources Center
Regular Summer Term I and Term II hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. See all of the ways to contact the Library for information about Library resources or services on our Ask A Librarian site. The Library is open for currently enrolled students, faculty and staff, and community patrons to use computers, printers, copiers and obtain student, faculty/staff, and community photo IDs; study rooms and study areas are not available at this time.
Material resources and research services are available in print for checkout and online through remote access format only, accessible to students using their MYSouthwest ID and Password. Students, faculty and staff, and community visitors must wear masks until such time as they have been vaccinated per the COVID-19 Re-Opening Documents. The Library is currently OPEN to community and public access.
The Ask a Librarian pages provide instructions on remote access to materials, research strategies, citations tips and more.
PRIMO Search is available to assist you in finding research materials. It is a one-stop place to search for library print, electronic, and digital materials and to discover and access journal articles, e-books, databases, and more.
The Library is open Monday-Thursday from 7:45 am to 6 pm for current students, faculty and staff to use services and resources such as computers, printers, copiers, etc.; study rooms and study areas are not available at this time. Check-in with ID and status at the Circulation Desk is required. Contact the Library Circulation Desk at (276) 964-7265 for information. Leave a message (name and call-back number) if your call is not immediately answered.
Help is available 24/7!Connect to the Ask A Question form below to send a question to the Library's ticket system. Supply the required information, and a librarian will answer your ticket question as soon as possible within the next 24 hours.
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