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The Department of Special Collections houses a diverse range of materials, from 15th century illuminated devotionals to subject collections treating contemporary social issues. Bodies of work include literature, music, films, art, archival material and ephemera. Visit the Special Collections Website
Special Collections materials are freely available to scholars, including La Salle students and faculty, as well as researchers from outside the University. The material may be studied in comfort and privacy in a reading room located within the department on the Library's second floor. Contact the Special Collections
Featuring the research and scholarly output of the La Salle University community deposited by University departments and centers on campus.
See archived versions of websites by and about La Salle, dating back to January 2012.
The lives of the Wister Family are elaborated through a series of articles, papers, photographs and other research.
Where can I study?
The library has study tables and individual study carrels located on each floor.
There is available seating and study space on each floor of the
library as well as group study rooms available for checkout on the
first, second, and third floors.
The library currently has fifteen rooms available for checkout by
students, faculty, and staff for group meeting and group study use.
Twelve of the group study rooms can accommodate up to four people, two
seminar rooms can accommodate up to five people, and one seminar room
can accommodate up to 10 people. Rooms are available for two hour
checkout and may be renewed at the Circulation Desk. Rooms are
available on a first-come first-serve basis. Room checkout is
restricted to two or more people. When you come to the Circulation Desk
to check out a room, make sure at least one other member of your study
group is present. At least two people must present their La Salle ID
card. One person will check out the room on their library account. At
least two people must sign in on the room checkout binder at the
Individual seating at tables and study carrels is available
throughout the building on each floor. The first floor of the library
is not considered a quiet study floor and tables are available for group
meetings, tutoring, and discussion. The library’s third floor is a
designated quiet study space. Cell phone use and conversation should be
kept at a minimum on the third floor.
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