The Hilton M. Briggs Library is home to three floors of academic materials, study space, computers and copiers; the perfect place for students to complete homework.
Students can access physical materials at the library or online through their QuickSearch and internet catalogs. They have over 678,000 volumes.
The main floor of the library has the Writing Center and the International Affairs Office.
The lower level has periodicals, maps, government documents and microfilms. The main level has over 50 computers, current periodicals as well as coffee and vending machines for a quick snack. The books are located on the top level, along with study rooms students can check out. Archives of the Senator Thomas A. Daschle Congressional Research Study are located on this floor as well.
This is a popular spot on campus, with nearly 3,000 students use the library daily. Check out materials with a simple swipe of a student ID.