Maps & Atlases
This office is open during business hours (Monday-Friday 8am-5pm). Come here to reserve Library display cases, and/or to make an appointment with the Dean of the Library.
You may use these slots to return books you've checked out or used in the Library. There are separate slots for videos, CDs, Children's books, and government documents, too. You may also use the outside book drops to return books, but please put videos or CDs in the indoor return.
This canoe is a gift from local Native Americans. Please treat it with respect. Don't sit on it or in it. The Native Americans consider it a living being.
The Circulation desk is where you check things out, pick up interlibrary loans, or get print reserve materials.
Only HSU students, faculty, and staff may use campus computer labs. These labs provide access to the Web and applications such as word-processing. The lab in Room 121 is also an information competence classroom. Check the weekly schedule posted by the door for class reservations. There are other labs located in Library 122 and 310. More labs are in other buildings around campus. To find out more about all the campus labs go to the Information Technology Services website.
The elevator is opposite the main stairs on all three floors of the Library.
The Library has only one entrance and exit, except for emergency exits. This helps make sure that library materials are properly checked out before they leave the building.
The Help Desk is provided by campus Information Technology Services. The staff will help HSU students with using the labs, setting up Webmail accounts, etc.
Your Library card is your campus ID card.
This office is not in a public area, but you may need to come here with questions or to arrange renewals for books borrowed from other libraries. Go to the Reference desk first with any questions about interlibrary loan. Place your ILL requests electronically from the Library's webpage.
|Maps and Atlases
This collection is part of Reference. Some of the maps can be checked out.
Come here for help with Library research.
This collection has encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other sources that help with research. You can't check these things out.
There are restrooms on all three floors of the Library. On the first floor, the restrooms are located down the hallway to the right as you enter the building.
There are several sets of stairs located in the central area of the building and in the corners.
You can call any campus extension at no cost from the white phones. Pay phones are also available on the main floor for off-campus calls.