Classes have started and that means you've got homework to do, books to read and course materials to study. Whether it's just a change of scenery or an assist from a librarian, sometimes a good library can make all the difference when it comes to getting down to work.
As a student at an off-campus location, not only do you have access to all of the library resources at Ferris, but you can also take advantage of the library at your community college.
Here are a few of our favorite library resources for our students across the state.
Northwestern Michigan College
Have you heard of a Library Liaison? The Bradner Library at Schoolcraft College assigns a liaison to each class subject to make sure that you have everything you need for class on-hand at the library. You can also set up a meeting with your liaison for some tips and tricks on how to use library resources to ace your next class.
Lansing Community College
Need a break or a quiet place to study? The Lansing Community College Library has plenty of open-study spaces, including private and group study rooms that you can reserve.
Grand Rapids Community College
The GRCC Library & Learning Commons has more than 500 textbooks on reserve for your GRCC classes. While you can't check these books out and take them home, you can use them inside the library or copy pages to take with you. To see if your textbook is on reserve, contact the Circulation Desk.
Ferris Interlibrary Loans
As a Bulldog, you can use the Ferris library wherever you are. The Ferris Interlibrary Loan service can ship books straight to your home. All circulating books from FLITE's collection are eligible to be checked out and sent to you. You can also get an e-copy of any article from FLITE's print journals, an article on microfilm or microfiche or a chapter of a book owned by the library. Learn more by visiting the Ferris Interlibrary Loan page.