It is the mission of the U. Grant Miller Library to build an accessible and relevant collection and to provide a user-centered environment that invites socialization and promotes discovery, scholarship, information literacy, and life-long learning.
Our vision of the U. Grant Miller Library is of a nationally significant, undergraduate, liberal arts college library. The Library will make bold and innovative use of information technology as a creative tool for connecting faculty and students to print and electronic resources. It will maintain the highest standards in developing and preserving relevant collections. It will be recognized for its commitment to excellence in providing students and faculty with a research and learning environment that is responsive to their needs. It will sustain a culture that invites socialization, collaboration, and information discovery among many constituents.
The U. Grant Miller Library's collection offers information in print, digital, video, and microform formats. It includes more than 200,000 items housed locally, and provides access to more than 300 non-circulating periodical subscriptions and 38,000 electronic journals and newspapers archived back several years.
A coin-operated photocopier is located near the front entrance. Letter and legal-size copies are 10 cents each.
Computers, scanners, and printers are available on the main floor. The Library Digital Classroom on the lower level offers a high capacity printer and multiple computers. For a complete description of services, see the Library's computer use policy.