Honors College

Library Resources

Library resources available to USF Honors College students fall into three main categories:

  • Physical resources within the USF Tampa Library building, including:
    • printed materials (primarily books, journals, and magazines).  Note: You can check out items from the Library's Circulating Collection for up to 30 days, and then renew them online if needed.
    • microform-format materials (primarily historical newspapers, other periodicals, and education-oriented reports)
    • multimedia (including DVDs and CDs)
    • rare or unique items held by the Special and Digital Collections area
    • computers with Microsoft Office software and Internet access, including laptop computers that you can use in the Library by checking it out at the Circulation Desk
    • printers and copiers
    • study spaces, including group study rooms (visit the Circulation Desk to obtain a group study room)
  • Online resources available from the USF Libraries website, including:
    • USF Libraries Catalog, which can be searched to identify items (books, periodical titles, and multimedia) held by the USF Libraries
    • e-books (linked to directly from the Catalog)
    • databases containing full-text of or indexes to journal, magazine, and newspaper articles
  • Services, including:
    • binding services for the USF Honors Thesis
    • research help (face-to-face, phone, email, chat, and text message)
    • consultation appointments with a librarian  Note: You can make the appointment with the Honors College Librarian, or another librarian listed on the Specialist Librarians page.
    • Interlibrary Loan (ILL), which you can use to obtain items from other institutions if they are not held by the USF Libraries.

Follow the links below to learn more about select USF Libraries services.