|Subject Guides||Other Guides|
|Art||English||Ebook Access New!|
|Biotechnology||Government||First Year Maverick Experience|
|Career Research||Kinesiology||Introduction to Research, Part 1|
|Communications||Music||Introduction to Research, Part 2|
|Current Events||Physical Therapy||One Book, One Campus|
|Drama||Psychology||Strategies for Success|
|Economics||Radiologic Technology||Super Library World|
|Education||Sociology||Transfer, Recruitment and Career|
|Emergency Medical Services||Spanish||Vital Signs Access
Brooke Buford | Reference Librarian / Associate Professor | 936-273-7487 | Office: F-144
Subject Librarian for: Anthropology, Art & Humanities, Dance, Drama, Geography & Land Surveying, History, LET, Music, Theater, and Visual Communications.
Angela Colmenares | Reference Librarian / Associate Professor | 936-273-7091 | Office: F-136
Subject Librarian for: Communication/Journalism, English, Education, Modern Language, Sign Language, and Speech.
Melissa Heselmeyer | Reference Librarian / Assistant Professor | 936-273-7020 | Office: F-142
Subject Librarian for: Accounting, Administrative Services, Business, Criminal Justice, Economics, Government, Human Services, Management & Marketing, Political Science, Law, and Sociology.
Brittany Miller | Reference Librarian / Associate Professor | 936-273-7490 | Office: F-135
Subject Librarian for: Astronomy, Automotive Technology, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science, Geology, Information Technology, Kinesiology, Math, Nursing, Pharmacy Technology, Physical Therapy, Physics, Radiology Technology, and Welding.
Sarah Palacios-Wilhelm | Director, Library | 936-273-7393 | Office: F-164
Subject Librarian for: Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion.
Q: How do I print in the Library?
Load your Student ID with money in the Library and then use the ID at the print release station. You can get more help here in the library.
Q: Who can I ask for help?
You can ask anyone at the front desk for help. They will direct you to the best resource for your needs.
Q: Do you have my textbook?
We do not collect textbooks, but professors can place the course textbook on reserve for use here in the Library. Course Reserves are located at the front desk.
Q: How is the Library organized?
As an academic library, we use Library of Congress call #s, so we shelve items with similar topics together. Circulation, Reference, and audio items are shelved together. We also have music, playscript, and foreign language collections in the back of the library.