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Information for Graduate Students

Students enrolled as graduate students are eligible to use all Jarrett Library collections, services and facilities.  As of April 2011 you have access to over 260,000 items, including traditional books and media, microfilm & microfiche, and electronic materials such as e-books, full text and electronic journals, graphic images, and streaming audio and video.

To find out which electronic resources are recommended for the study of your discipline click Electronic Resources by Subject tab above (or via the link on the library's home page at .  In addition to the subscription databases you will find a number of freely available databases appropriate for your use.  There is also a listing of all electronic resources available under the link "Electronic Resources A-Z."

Additional information on Jarrett Library and the services and collections offered can be found through links on the Mamye Jarrett Library Web site.

We are looking forward to serving our graduate students, and ask for any ideas and/or recommendations you might have to improve our services to you.


Library Brochures

The following brochures are the same as those available to CIM students at the beginning of the semester.  If you need another copy, or if you did not receive one you may download these and make your own copies.

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