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Want to know how to get help with research or access our Special Collections? Have questions about your library account or technology access?
See below for links and contact information to help you get support from the Library and Learning Commons!

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Research Help

Research help is available to students at any stage in the research process. Students can schedule a virtual consultation with our team of Research Services Librarians and Student Peer Research Consultants (SPRCs) to get help finding and assessing sources, learn database search skills, and develop research topics.

SPRCs are current SU students with a wide range in majors and research experience. They emphasize a peer-based approach to research help and have knowledge and experience in different academic colleges at SU, UCOR courses, academic programs, and more. SPRCs provide a valuable peer perspective and emphasize an accessible, supportive, and friendly approach to research. 

Learning Commons Partners

  • Learning Assistance Programs provides peer tutoring, facilitated study groups, and learning strategy development through scheduled workshops and individual meetings with learning specialists.
  • The Writing Center is available to assist students at all stages of the writing process. Consultants will help students begin writing tasks, organize and develop first drafts, and revise and edit later drafts.
  • The Math Lab is a drop-in service available to assist students enrolled in lower division mathematics courses. 
  • The Media Production Center offers the tools, training, and space for students, clubs, faculty and staff to create their own original multimedia projects. 

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Special Collections and Archives

Special Collections include materials which for reasons of rarity or fragility, format, or association with the University or local community, have been separated from the Main Collection.