Search Course Reserves:
Course reserves can be searched by title, instructor’s last name, course name, etc.
If you have questions about how to place materials on reserve, click here. If you just need the course reserve request form, you can download it as a word document or as a PDF, or you can ask for one at the Circulation Desk.
Located at the Circulation Desk, course reserves are books, articles, etc. assigned by your instructor and kept at the library to provide easy access for all students in a class. They are given short loan periods to maximize access to everyone. Some materials can also be placed on electronic reserve (e-reserves) which can be accessed full-text via the internet, usually through your instructor’s Courseweb page.
Reserves have different loan periods, based on your professor’s preference. The loan periods are:
- Two Hours: May be used in the library only for up to two hours.
- Four Hours: May be used in the library only for up to four hours.
- 24 Hours: May be taken out of the library for up to 24 hours.
- Three Day: May be taken out of the library for up to three days.
- Four Day: May be taken out of the library for up to four days
- 14 Day: May be taken out of the library for up to 14 days.