Our library circulates over 60,000 books, DVDs, and other media. Course Reserve items, laptops and group study rooms can also be accessed with just your student ID. Find out the basics of borrowing material from the library.
Unable to find what you are looking for? With our interlibrary loan service, you can request materials from other libraries. Requested items will be sent to our library where they can be borrowed and returned.
Librarians work with faculty to integrate information literacy into class assignments, and to target the most effective library resources for assignments. Librarians are available to meet individually, in small groups, or as a department. Contact us to learn more or inquire about scheduling a meeting.
Textbooks and supplemental course material may be placed on reserve in the Library. The items you provide will be stored at the our circulation desk and lent out to students securely. We offer multiple loan periods including a two hour in-library only option.
Research guides for individual courses can be co-developed with and hosted through the library. These guides can contain specific library resources, supplemental course material and other electronic resources. View a selection of course guides which were created using our new LibGuide platform: AMIS 1350, PHIL 1115 and CMST 1000.
Materials that would supplement or support an Minneapolis College course or assignment, especially those that would be used frequently, are good candidates for a request to purchase. Note that the library does not purchase required texts for classes.