Find Your Librarian

Each campus has a librarian who specializes in providing research and instructional support for specific academic subjects. Any student, employee, or community user can contact a librarian for help with developing a research topic, finding sources, evaluating information, citing sources, and more. Librarians can meet with you in person, over the phone, or even provide support by email. Click around below to contact a librarian.  Keep in mind that you can always get support from a librarian in the library at our service desks.

If you're a faculty member looking for a librarian to provide an instruction session to your class, please fill out our instruction request form.

Arts and Humanities

Arts and humanities librarians can help you with research questions related to the following academic departments: English, art, history, music, world languages, etc.

 

Health Sciences, Communications, and Special Programs

Health Sciences, communications, and special programs librarians can help you with research questions related to the following academic departments: health, communications, and non-credit courses.

 

Business and Social Sciences

Business and social sciences librarians can help you with research questions related to the following academic departments: psychology, sociology, anthropology, business, etc.

 

STEM

STEM librarians can help you with research questions related to the following academic departments: biology, engineering, chemistry, etc

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