You can visit the Writing Center's webpage here for additional information, handouts, and additional writing support
To schedule an appointment with the Writing Center email [email protected].
You can also submit your work online and receive feedback via email by following the link below:
Library research consultations are one-on-one meetings with a librarian. Consultations are scheduled for 1 hour and aim to help undergraduates, graduates, and faculty in any stage of the research process. Currently, all research consultations are conducted virtually, by phone or video conference, in order to ensure the safety of patrons and staff.
Schedule an appointment by phone: (502) 585-7130, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the online scheduler below.
Librarians can help with:
The library offers various online guides and resources to help students find the information they need, including course and subject guides, Start Your Research guide, video tutorials, and more.
Not sure where to start your search? See our "How Do I Find..." Guides:
Peer tutoring in a variety of subjects is available in the Academic Commons, on the second floor of the Library. The Tutoring Lab is supported by Spalding staff and Peer Tutors during specified hours, and offers drop-in tutoring on general subjects and study skills.
Walk-in tutoring appointments are welcome during Tutoring Lab hours.
Visit http://library.spalding.edu/tutoring or email [email protected] for more information.
For questions or to schedule an appointment, call (502) 873-4168 or email [email protected].
The goal of the Math Lab is to:
Center for Accessibility Services and Learning Equity is located in LIB 314 on the third floor of the library and provides assistance with academic and housing accommodations.
For questions and to request services, contact
Dr. Katherine Walker-Payne, Director, Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity
Study Rooms are located on the lower level, first, and second floors of the library. Small study rooms on the lower level and second floor, as well as The Edith Stein Room (larger group space - LIB 107) can be reserved in advance.
Collaborative technology suites are available on a first come first served basis and are located on the first floor of the library. Each room has a 55” LED displays and whiteboards that seat 6-8 people. HDMI cables, remote controls, and other equipment for the displays can be checked out at the Information Desk for a 2 hour period using your student ID.
The Academic Commons is located on the second floor of the library and offers a variety of individual and group study spaces in close proximity to peer tutors. LIB 202 on the second floor is a designated quiet study room.
Course Reserves are a collection of books that support courses offered during the session. Some professors provide 1-2 copies of their required or suggested materials so that students who have not purchased the book or are waiting for their book to come in can use them. The materials are checked out for in-library use for a short period of time, typically 2-4 hours. Students can access course reserves during staffed library hours, which you can find here.
If you are not able to come into the library building to access a course reserve material, you may request a copy of a specific course reserve material using the form below.
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