Organized in order of most recent (on top) to older postings.
Bush Library offers novels and other pleasure reading books on the 2nd floor – organized by author’s last name.
Bush Library has sheet music that can be checked out. To see what’s available, you can use CLICsearch Advanced Search to change the Material Type to “Music Scores”.
An Interlibrary Loan request is not a guarantee. Although we can request items from other libraries, other libraries are not obligated to loan specific items.
You can reset your Hamline passphrase whenever you like all by yourself. Simply go to Hamline’s Logins page and follow the link for "Passphrase Reset."
Don’t leave valuables unattended in the library, due to the high possibility of theft.
The OED is an authoritative source for spelling ad defining English words. Find OED online in our Databases & Articles > Reference Sources page or search for it in CLICsearch.
Many students are expected to submit their final Capstone, Thesis, or Honors Project before graduating to our digital institutional repository- DigitalCommons@Hamline. You too can be part of the scholarly cycle of learning and sharing knowledge.
Hamline’s VDI is a remote desktop that allows Hamline users to access Microsoft Office, Mathematica, R-Studio, SPSS Statistica and more.
Don’t forget that Bush Library has a great movie collection, donated by HUSC! You can find it on the 1st floor, by the steps, close to the main elevator.
The UN estimates that more than 60% of the world’s population still doesn’t have access to proper toilets. This lack continues to cause severe health and environmental issues.
Most books in Bush Library are organized by Library of Congress (LC) system call numbers. However, childrens’ (juvenile) non-fiction is organized by Dewey call numbers, and casual reading books are organized by the author’s last name. See more about how our Bush print collections are organized here.
There is a recording studio on lower level of Bush Library you can reserve for projects: Room BML 15.
The library’s multi-purpose scanner printer on the lower level can print in color. The multi-purpose scanner printers on the 1st and 3rd floors only print in black and white.
See some brass rubbings from as far back as the 14th century from our Hamline Archives collection, the largest such collection in the U.S.
click the "Report a Problem" button within the CLICsearch record so a librarian can fix it.
Log in to your CLICsearch account and click on ‘My Library Account’.