Certain items that prove to be high-demand/high-usage are housed separately from the regular collection and have a shorter borrowing period to facilitate fair access. Selected titles are entered into the Reserve Collection at the request of faculty or Library Staff and are shelved behind the Circulation Services desk.
Reserve books can be borrowed for 2 hours and can only be used in the Library.
The Library will then take care of either pulling books from the shelves or ordering them if necessary.
Books on reserve will appear in the catalog as "Samuel C. Williams Library Reserve Books (2 hours)." Bring the title of the book, author, and call number to the Circulation Services Desk and ask for the book.
Reserve course materials include but are not limited to:
examination preparation guides,
and study materials that faculty have placed on reserve in order to provide convenient access for their students.
Faculty wanting to place course material on reserve should complete a Course Reserve Form (above) and submit it along with the material being sent to the Library. Please note that it is important that all items on the form be completed as thoroughly as possible.