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Student Services

"The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library." - Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955. Therotical Physicist)

Getting Help

We have several convenient ways to get help.

  • Drop by the library between the hours of 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday and ask for a librarian at our service desk.
  • Use our Ask Us service. 
  • Send an email to
  • Call us at (573) 341-4008.
  • Make an appointment with you subject librarian by clicking the button on the right.

Course Reserves

Student Studying

Many of your instructors will place materials on reserve for use by students in their classes. This can include textbooks, books, articles, videos, and even sample exams. Reserve materials are available for your use in print or electronic form. 

Textbook Reserves

The library has several assigned textbooks available in print or as electronic books (ebooks).  Print text books are available for 2-hour checkouts. ebooks are available online at anytime. 

Electronic Course Reserves

Electronic Course Reserves (E-reserves) are materials selected by the teaching faculty for specific courses. To locate your course reserves you will need to know both you course number and instructors name.