Educating young people to become "knowledgeable, thoughtful, and creative researchers" is part of our mission, and Commonwealth students learn to gather and manage information skillfully. That starts in Commonwealth's Library, which aims to facilitate access to information relevant to the coursework and academic interests of students, faculty, and staff. Research skills learned in the library will equip students to lead well-informed, thoughtful, productive lives.
The Library consists of a rich variety of print and electronic resources, connections to outside libraries and collections, and a program of information literacy instruction. To see what new resources have recently been added to the collection, visit our New in the Library page.
Our library catalog can be found here.
Helpful information for using the Commonwealth Library Catalog, Resources, and Databases
For information on library policies, check out procedures, database related processes, and other important library services, check out this LibGuide. Additionally, if you (students or faculty) would like to suggest a title to be added to the collection or have any other suggestions for the library, please feel free to fill out this Google form.