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IAH 231A (Imbracsio) - Women, Witchcraft, and the Occult: Feminism in History, Literature, and Film: Welcome

Peer Research Assistants

Get help in your Neighborhood from a Peer Research Assistant!

Peer Research Assistants staff four of the neighborhood Engagement Centers. You can schedule an appointment, or get help on a walk-in basis.

You can schedule up to 60 minutes. Click here to access appointment calendar.

Peer Research Assistants can...

  • Help you find information for your research papers
  • Help you find different kinds of materials, like articles, books, or whatever else you need
  • Answer questions about the library
  • Get you connected to the library services that will help you most

...and more!

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 WRA 101 class, during your time at MSU and beyond.


facade of msu main library - red brick and glass structure, with greenery and fountains in the foreground

Frequently Asked Library Questions

Frequently Asked Library Questions

1. Where is the library?

Main Library

366 W. Circle Dr.

(north of the stadium, south of Beaumont Tower)

Business Library

College of Law Building

648 N. Shaw Lane, Room 50

(on Shaw, under Law)

2. How do I print?

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?

Teaching & Learning Librarian

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Sara Miller
Librarian for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning Initiatives
Liaison to Integrative Studies

Michigan State University Libraries
366 W. Circle Drive, W411
East Lansing, MI 48824
Michigan State University