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Continuing Library Services

About this Guide


Any time you have an assignment that requires research -- whether you're looking for fashion trend reports, company or industry data, law cases, or articles on any subject from medical care to social trends - - your librarians can help! We work with your professors to make sure you have access to the resources for your field and program, and we will work with you, to help you learn how to use these resources effectively​.

You have many ways to work with your librarians this semester.  You can connect with us by chat, including some evening and Saturday hours.  You can also make 30 to 60 minute appointments to work with us one-on-one, including options to work with us by Zoom or phone. ​Look for the chat and appointment links at the top left of the library website.

Please make sure to click on "Library Hours" on the library website for our campus and chat hours.​

Your librarians are looking forward to working with all of our students this semester, and hope you will all be regular users of our library services!

Technology Help

  • Spectrum is offering free wifi to students for 60 days call 1-844-488-8395
  • Comcast is also offering free wifi for 60 days to new low-income families as well as opening their Xfinity WiFi hotspots to everyone for free.  Click here for a map of Xfinity hotspots
  • Altice through Optimum and Suddenlink is offering free internet connectivity for 60 days.  Optimum is also offering access though their special WiFi hotspots SSID:  optimumwifiemergency.   Call the numbers below for further information on getting internet at your home   
    • 866-200-9522 to enroll in Optimum region
    • 888-633-0030 to enroll in Suddenlink region
  • AT&T is also offering public access to their Wi-Fi Hotspots for free.  There are also offering internet access for qualifying limited income households at $10 a month through our Access from AT&T program