Walker Library

Library Services

Borrow and Renew (Circulation)
Borrow and renew books and other media; pay fines and fees; place holds and locate books.

Curriculum Collection
Textbooks and other materials used in K-12 classrooms, as well as fiction and non-fiction you might find in a school library.

Digital Media Studio
Multimedia software, hardware, and training.

Digital Collections
Browse unique image collections highlighting local and institutional history.

Distance Learning Services
Off-campus library access, delivery of materials, and librarian support for courses.

Instruction Services
Instructors may schedule a general or specialized library instruction class.

Interlibrary Loan
Get books, articles, and other materials that MTSU does not own.

Liaison Program for Faculty
Librarians work with a faculty member from each department to select materials for subject areas.  

Library Request Forms
Suggest purchases, request an interlibrary loan, hold a book, set up proxy borrowing, and more.

Lost & Found


Research Assistance

Reserve a Library Space
Group studies, meeting spaces, presentation practice rooms, and more.

Reserves & E-Reserves
Locate and place materials on reserve.

Special Collections
Rare books and historical university materials.

Service Desk
Lost and found, group study reservations, security, and dry erase markers/erasers.

Technology Services
Borrow laptops, learn about printing, software and computer availability, and get tech help.



Other Services in the Library

Adaptive Technology Center
Access to adaptive computers and devices that support both student and faculty needs in achieving an accessible and equitable academic experience. Located in Room 174.

Faculty resources for teaching and instructional technology in Library Room 348.

Tutoring Services
The University offers online tutoring as well as face-to-face tutoring in the Library and in the departments. Check for subject availability, locations, and times.

University Writing Center
Walk-ins and appointments accepted. Located on the 3rd floor of the library.