If you're a current Wheelock undergraduate student, this page is for you.
Borrowing Policies and Renewals
Find information on our Borrowing Policies, including what you can check out from the Library, and for how long. Interested in do-it-yourself renewals? Log in to the My Account feature of our classic catalog.
See our Printing page for information about student allowances and instructions for using the printing system.
The Library has a variety of resources that you can check out or access online. Choose from the list below to learn more:
- Curriculum Materials
- Technology to Borrow (video cameras, voice recorders, etc.)
- Videos and DVDs
- Tests and assessments
- Museum passes
Whether you're just getting started with a research topic or polishing citations, the Research Help page can offer guidance. You can also make a research appointment and get one-on-one assistance from a Reference librarian.
Studying in the Library
Visit our page about Studying in the Library to learn more about Quiet Zones, Collaborative Zones, conference /group study rooms (which you can reserve) and computer labs that can accommodate your studying needs.
To learn about what you can expect from the Library, and what we expect from you, please see the Library Compact.
Borrowing from Other Libraries
As a Wheelock student, you are eligible to borrow materials from several other schools in the Boston area. Check out our Visiting Other Libraries page for details.
It is also possible to have materials from other libraries delivered to Wheelock. Find more information on our Interlibrary Loan page.
Earl Center for Learning and Innovation
The Earl Center offers several spaces designed for collaborative work. It also has a wide range of technology and supplies that provide opportunities to explore and construct activities to use in practicum settings. Workshops and continuous learning opportunities, open to all, are offered throughout the academic year on a variety of topics, especially in technology and active learning.
Other Academic Support Services
Undergraduate students also have access to other academic support services such as the Office of Access and Disability Resources, Peer Tutoring, and the Writing Center. These services are free-of-charge.