The library has a ton of ways to make your student experience easier!
Here are a few things you should know:
Food and beverages are allowed in the Foley Library, but please use closed-lid containers, and no hot, smelly or messy foods.
(It can be hard to study with eau-de-pizza wafting around.)
We have plenty of space to study! Snag a table for group work (and grab a rolling whiteboard) or hunker down for some silent study in a kiosk or comfy '90s chair. Feel free to use the classrooms if they're not in use. The glass classroom has tables with power outlets, and the computer lab has, well, computers!
Print from the library computers or your personal laptop using Bulldog Bucks! Or scan for free! We have four multi-function printers in the library for your color or black and white printing needs.
The first time you print, you'll be asked to log in at a printer and scan your Zagcard at the sensor to link it to your account. Every time you print after that, you can just scan your card to log in and release the print job in moments!
Our atrium printer is available 24 hours with your Zagcard. To print from your laptop, or to send a job after hours, just upload your files at guprint.gonzaga.edu.
For more information and up-to-date pricing see http://researchguides.gonzaga.edu/printing
Ordinary hours are:
Monday-Thursday 7:30 am - 2 am*
Friday 7:30 am - 9 pm
Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday 10 am - 2 am*
* After 9 pm access is limited to the Gonzaga community: swipe your Zagcard to get in!
Click here for this week's full hours!
Tucked away on the second floor are eight study rooms, with tables, TVs, laptop connections, and whiteboards.
Groups can reserve the rooms for up to three hours a day. See the openings and reserve your spot at foley.gonzaga.edu, then pick up your key at the circulation desk.
Many of our services are available through our website!
Books & Physical Media, and a smorgasbord of articles
Targeted searching of newspapers, magazines, academic journals, films, audiobooks, and ebooks
Librarian suggestions for the best resources for your subject
Learn how to use all the stuff!
Use the Periodicals@Foley tool to see which database has a particular journal. Great for looking up citations
We don’t have it? We can still get it for you -- for free
Reserve ‘em online, pick up the key at the desk
Meet one-on-one with a librarian
Print from your laptop