Library staff want to help you succeed! Ask us anything.
If you need a book or article that is not available at the Westmont Library, borrow it from a different college! Simply fill out the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) form and we will get it to you as soon as possible.
Librarians exist to connect students to academic resources. Our four Liaison Librarians each specialize in several majors and are available for research help.
Dr. Jana Mayfield Mullen, Library Director
Dr. Theresa Covich
Lower Level - 1
- Quiet Study Zone: a cozy space to be productive! Use headphones and take conversations outside.
- VL 116 Education Lab and Reading Room: where curriculum for Liberal Studies program is kept. A great place for a small group.
- VL 104 and 106 are on the outside of the building on the side closest to Adams.
- VL 108 is outside at the back of the building.
Main Level - 2
- Research Help Desk: collaborate with Librarians and trained student staff to find and evaluate sources.
- Collaborative Study Spaces, MediaScape Study Rooms, Walk Stations: a space to study together at a normal volume.
- Learning Commons Computers & Printers
- Conference Room (VL 216): can be used for group or individual study if it hasn't already been reserved.
- Instruction Lab with computers (VL 214): can be used for studying or practicing presentations when there isn't a class happening.
- Writers' Corner: collaborate with trained student writing tutors to workshop your writing at any stage of the process.
- VL 203 and 204 are outside of the building on the side facing the mountains and Page.
Upper Level - 3
- Study Rooms: study as a group at a low volume.
- Quiet Study Area: the windows facing the mountains and Page are meant for silent study.
- Elizabeth Delaney Hess Reading Corner: comfy chairs in a corner of the Library in memory of an English professor who passed away in 2018.
- There is seating around the stairs and in the corner closest to Adams.
- Classroom (VL 307): can be used for studying when there isn't a class happening.
Fun fact: It is called "Circulation" because it is the heart of Library operations--Library items that can be checked out are part of the "circulating" collection and any material that goes in or out of the Library goes through Circulation!
Friday, September 22, 6pm-Midnight
Come for games, snacks, and fun! Bring all your friends and make new ones!