Library FAQs

  1. How do I know if SLC has a book/video I am interested in?
  2. How do I know what periodicals SLC subscribes to?
  3. Can I use the SLC databases off-campus?
  4. What do I do if I am having trouble getting started researching a project/using an online database?
  5. I'm having trouble with my email/network password/Ethernet access in my dorm room/computer who do I talk to?
  6. Can I suggest that the library purchase a book/video/journal?
  7. How do I know what books I have checked out?
  8. What is the "shopping cart" feature in the library catalog?
  9. What do I do if SLC does not have a book/journal that I need to use?
  10. Who do I talk to about Library fines?
  11. What do I do if someone has a book checked out that I need to use?
  12. Where can I find information about Library Reserves?
  13. Can I check out a book whose cover is on display?
  14. I looked up a book in the catalog and it said "no holdings information available." What do I do?
  15. Where are periodicals kept?
  16. Does the Sarah Lawrence library have a collection of Government Documents?
  17. When was the library built?
  18. Where can I find a description of the artwork in the library? 

How do I know if SLC has a book/video I am interested in?

How do I know what periodicals SLC subscribes to?

Can I use the SLC databases off-campus?

What do I do if I am having trouble getting started researching a project/using an online database?

I'm having trouble with my email, network password, computer who do I talk to?

Can I suggest that the library purchase a book/video/journal?

How do I know what books I have checked out?

What is the "shopping cart" feature in the library catalog?

What do I do if SLC does not have a book/journal that I need to use?

Who do I talk to about Library fines?

What do I do if someone has a book checked out that I need to use?

Where can I find information about Library Reserves?

Can I check out a book whose cover is on display?

I looked up a book in the catalog and it said "no holdings information available." What do I do?

Where are periodicals kept?

Does the Sarah Lawrence library have a collection of Government Documents?

When was the library built?

Where can I find a description of the artwork in the library?