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Graduate Student - Library Orientation

Getting Started

The Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library in Alpine, Texas serves a varied community of lifelong learners. From students, faculty and staff here in Alpine to students, faculty and staff at our Del Rio, Uvalde, and Eagle Pass Rio Grande College campuses, to Community Borrowers and guests, we are here to support the mission and vision of Sul Ross State University.

Why are you here?

Libraries exist to promote lifelong learning and to provide access to high quality information. All learners can and should take advantage of resources and services offered by academic libraries while attending university.

What's in this Guide:

This guide is a collection of resources highlighting Sul Ross Library resources and spaces made especially with new students in mind. You'll find links to other helpful Library Guides, a Virtual Tour of the Library, links to helpful answers to Frequently Asked Questions, and more.

  • Virtual Library Tour
  • Library FAQ & Self-Help
  • Research Basics
  • Library Guides
  • Library Assistance Technology Guide