Learn about how the library can help you!
The Library is the intellectual heart of Worcester State University, a place where members of the campus community converge, collaborate, learn, and discover. Library staff assist users at the research help desk and by phone, email, and online chat. Library staff also provide classroom instruction about information literacy and research skills helping students understand the contours and the changing dynamics of the world of information.
The Library, located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Learning Resource Center, is open over 100 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters. Users will find a variety of spaces to meet their needs including collaborative areas with large, flat-screen displays, individual carrels for independent study, tables with ample space to spread out, lounge chairs with built-in desks, and comfortable café seating.
What can I get from the library?
*Library users may borrow items at area libraries as a result of the Worcester State University Library being a member of multiple networks including the Higher Education Libraries of Massachusetts (HELM), a consortium of Massachusetts public higher education institutions, and the Academic and Research Collaborative, a coalition of Worcester area libraries.