Why use the Libraries?
It is good for you and your GPA! We studied it and found that students who use the U Libraries are correlated to have higher average GPAs and are more likely to graduate in fours years than those who do not.
Get supplies - Find the stuff you need for your courses.
Chat with a librarian 24/7, find books, articles, statistics, data, and MORE!
Want to try out a 3D printer, sewing machine, or vinyl cutter but not sure where to start? Visit the new prototyping lab in Walter Library.
Locate the ideal space for group or solo work, on any campus, at any time.
Charge up your phone, tablet, or laptop with a charging kit from Walter, Wilson, Magrath, or Bio-Med.
https://www.lib.umn.edu/faq/25951 or https://www.lib.umn.edu/faq/25950
Check-out media equipment (cameras, microphones, tripods, etc.) and get help with using media equipment and software.
email@example.com / Wilson, Walter, and Magrath Libraries
Send for reinforcements - Get peer help with coursework.
One-on-one and small group tutoring for gateway courses such as mathematics, sciences, statistics, economics, writing, and library research.
firstname.lastname@example.org / Wilson, Walter, and Magrath Libraries
email@example.com / 612.624.6386 / 140 Appleby Hall
There may be tutors assigned for your course or college. Ask your Instructor or TA.
Help with gathering and organizing information for papers and projects.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 612.624.0365
Online and in-person consultations can help you develop good writing habits and revision strategies.
612.625.1893 / 15 Nicholson Hall or 9 Appleby Hall
email@example.com / 612.624.1503 / Nicholson Hall and Walter SMART
Help maintaining visas and non-immigrant status paperwork, academic and personal counseling for international students. ISSS has also put together a list of academic resources tailored to International students.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 612.626.7100 / 190 Hubert H. Humphrey School
Learn survival skills - Use online and in-person resources to develop technology, research, and life skills.
Brief tutorials to help you manage your time, manage stress, and improve your note-taking and test-taking skills.
Help with achieving balance and skill development in areas that impact academic performance such as: active learning, self awareness, study skills, life balance, and campus engagement.
Online tutorials to develop levels of expertise with a variety of software and technology. There are also tutorials in things like project management and marketing.
Learn how to efficiently locate, evaluate, and use information found on the web or in library resources. Workshops on using citation managers and creating good presentations are also available.
Technology peer tutoring is available for Excel, Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign & Photoshop), Matlab, and presentation software (Google presentations, Keynote, PowerPoint & Prezi).
email@example.com / 612.301.4357
Stay calm - Manage stress and take care of your health.
Provides by appointment services for primary care, dental care, eye care, mental health, physical therapy, and more. There are also no appointment needed services like Urgent Care and Gopher Quick-Clinic.
612.625.8400 / 410 Church St. S.E.
Spend some time with a therapy dog, rabbit, or chicken to pet away worry and stress.
Twitter - @TherapyChicken / Instagram #BoyntonPAWS
Activities and support offered by the UMN Libraries during finals week. Sometimes taking the form of coffee, snacks, and stress relieving activities such as coloring and visits from PAWS.
The week before finals and finals week Walter, Wilson, and Bio-Med Libraries are open 24/7.
Please contact Kate Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.