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Resources for YOU

Take a break, take care of yourself, and have a little fun.

Library Resources

The library maintains a collection of books and other resources for students seeking help. However, these should be used in conjunction with services provided by the Health Center.



The library has a large collection of books about a variety of topics, including pleasure reading. If you do not see a topic here, we are happy to help you find the material you need. Just ask!
The books listed here are available as unlimited access eBooks unless otherwise noted.


The library subscribes to print and digital magazines, not just scholarly journals. 


Scholarly Articles

Databases, such as PsycINFO offer scholarly articles on mental health topics. Databases are not always easy to use, so feel free to ask a librarian for assistance with searching. 


The library has a large selection of board, card, and tabletop games for checkout. Find the games on the first floor behind the What's New Shelf! All games can be checked out for 7 days and renewed 3 times. Titles include Dune, Fluxx, Carcassonne, Sorry, and Scrabble.

Library Spaces

The Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Room sponsored by Student Senate is on the library's first floor behind the blue felt divider. (Turn left after the Ask Here Desk, and the room will be on your right.) This is the perfect space to rest, meditate, or pray. 

The library has a number of study rooms available first-come, first-served that can also serve as relaxation spaces should you need a quiet spot in the midst of the hustle and bustle of campus. Additionally, there are relaxation zones on the second floor (follow the curved wall around to your left when exiting the elevator) and one on the 3rd floor (go down the first row of shelves to your left when exiting the elevator) with a Buddha Board and two daylight lamps. These spaces are designed to offer you a respite while on campus. 

The library's collaborative spaces on the first floor also have AppleTVs. Play some relaxing music, put up a soothing background, or just get together with friends to watch something or work collaboratively.

3 study areas with tables and chairs Tables and Chairs in Collaboration Room