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Teaching & Learning Librarian
Welcome to the MSU Libraries!
Welcome to the MSU Libraries
We're happy that you're here! The purpose of the library is to help you be successful - in your current class, during your time at MSU and beyond.
Frequently Asked Library Questions
1. Where is the library?
366 W. Circle Dr.
(north of the stadium, south of Beaumont Tower)
College of Law Building
648 N. Shaw Lane, Room 50
(on Shaw, under Law)
2. How do I print?
MSU Print is used in all computer labs, including the library. Log in using your NetID and password to add print credits.
Located on 2nd floor, West wing. At Hollander MakeCentral, you can pay for printing with cash, print posters, scan, fax, and more.
3. How do I check out books?
Please also see the How to Find: Books page on this guide
4. How do I get help?
Ask a Librarian
There are lots of ways to get help from a librarian if you have questions about finding information, using the library, doing research, or creating citations.
Peer Research Assistants
Library help in your dorm (or a dorm near you)!
If you're suffering from writer's block, need a second pair of eyes on your work, or want suggestions on style (among many other services), you can visit the Writing Center in the Main Library or in your Neighborhood Engagement Center.
Guides and Tutorials
Your question may already be covered on one of the many guides created by librarians. View them above.
Chicanx & Latinx Studies Librarian