The purpose of this guide is to help you find the resources you need as you work on your Ph.D. in Agriculture.
To get started, scroll down to read more about the library services available to you.
Cornette Library has several study carrels available for student use:
Please visit this page to book your room.
After booking, just go to the Research and Access service desk on the first floor to check-in.
Students who plan to do research at a TexShare participating library may apply for a TexShare card at Cornette Library's first floor Research and Access service desk. The card allows the individual to check out materials when visiting TexShare member libraries.
Course reserves are materials that increase student access to supplemental and relevant course material that faculty have requested be either scanned and accessed through the library's online catalog or available in print at the library's first floor Research and Access service desk (subject to copyright laws). Electronic Reserves are available 24/7, on and off campus.
Instructions for locating course reserves are located here.