The University of La Verne’s Wilson Library offers a variety of research resources for both undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to books and research journals that are available in both print and digital formats, the library also has collections of DVDs, streaming media, and more. If the library does not house a resource that a student needs, LINK+ or the interlibrary loan system can be utilized to borrow books or articles from another library. Students can also make use of the archives and special collections available at Wilson Library to gain insight into the history of the university, as well as the city of La Verne.
With a mix of group and individual study spaces available, the library is a great place to do homework, work on projects, and prepare for exams as well. Students also have access to the library’s makerspace, where they can utilize the 3-D printer, laser cutter, Raspberry Pi, and Arduino kits. A number of workshops and events are also held at Wilson Library throughout the year.
Our librarians are always available to help students find what they need. Students can contact a librarian through our 24/7 chat, email, text, or phone. They can also make an appointment to meet with a librarian in person or online.