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Library Services for WSU Global Campus

The services on this guide apply to students enrolled through the WSU Global Campus only, and who do not live in the town of Pullman.

COVID-19 Updates

Please note: while we try to keep our guides as up-to-date as possible, the most current information on WSU Pullman Library operations and Services can be found at the links below:

Introduction to Library Resources

WSU Global Campus Library Services

WSU Global Campus students will normally receive their library services from the Pullman campus libraries.

Students have access to a full range of services which provide access to over 3.5 million books, journals, documents, microforms, newspapers, indexes, and full text databases available for research.

Services available include online access to databases, reference assistance, borrowing WSU-owned books and other circulating materials, and photocopies of non-circulating materials. Global Campus students can request assistance with research projects by contacting the Online Learning Librarian, Jen Saulnier; you may also find an answer to your question at the Ask Us page.

Find an Answer

Has someone already asked the same question you have?  Check our FAQs to see! 

If you don't see "your" question, submit the question with your name and email.  We will respond privately, and also add your question to our "Find an Answer" page!

Course Reserves

Your professor may have placed articles, book chapters, or other kinds of content on library reserve for you, so that it is easier for students to find and access required readings. 

WSU Libraries, PO Box 645610, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-5610, 509-335-9671, Contact Us