Holland and Terrell Libraries
Holland and Terrell Libraries are located at the core of the campus on Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall and serve the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Business and Economics, and some departments in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.
Holland Library opened in 1950, Terrell Library opened in 1994 as the "New" Library (or "Holland Addition") and was named for former University President Glenn Terrell in 2006. In 2008, a new tunnel was built to connect the ground floor of the remodeled CUB with the first floor of the Terrell Library. The Holland and Terrell Libraries house collections in anthropology, architecture, comparative ethnic studies, business, human development, communication, American studies, criminal justice, economic sciences, English language and literature, finance, fine arts, foreign languages and literatures, higher education, history, hospitality, law, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, sports and leisure, theatre, and women's studies.
- Hours and General Information: 335-9671
- Reference and Information: 335-8516
Library Units located within the Holland and Terrell Libraries
- Access Services
- Data Archive
- Graduate Study Center
- Interlibrary Loan Services
- Library Instruction
- Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC)
- Media Materials & Reserves (MM&R)
- Reference Service
Other Holland and Terrell Libraries Information
- Addresses and Contacts
- Holland and Terrell Libraries Floor Map (pdf)
- Holland and Terrell Libraries Microforms Map (.doc)
Holland and Terrell Libraries reference librarians assist users in locating, using, and evaluating printed and electronic materials for Humanities and Social Sciences subject areas. To ask a reference question via e-mail, click here.
The Holland and Terrell Libraries librarians also work with specific subject areas to:
- Select materials for the library collections.
- Offer consultation on research questions and projects.
- Provide instruction in the classroom or the library.
See the WSU Libraries Subject Specialists list to find out who to contact about these activities in your subject area.
Professors who intend to give their students an assignment that requires use of the library are encouraged to fill out the Library Assignment Alert Form to make the librarians aware of the intent of your assignment.
Social Science and Humanities Information
- Ask a Librarian
- Collection Development Policies
- Purchase Request
- Reference Librarians: Who We Are
- Reference Service
- Resource Guides
Collection Areas and Subject Resources
Business and Law
Accounting and Taxation || Company Research || Finance, Real Estate, and Insurance || International Business || Law || Management Information Systems
Advertising || Anthropology/Archaeology || Apparel, Merchandising, Design, and Textiles || Asian Studies || Black Studies || Broadcasting and Mass Media || Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies || Communication Studies || Comparative Ethnic Studies || Criminal Justice || Economic Sciences || Environmental Science and Regional Planning || Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies || GIS (Geographical Information Systems) Maps and Atlases in Holland and Terrell Libraries || Native American Studies || History || Human Development || Interior Design || Journalism || Political Science || Psychology || Public Relations || Sport Studies ||Sociology
Government Documents || U.S. Federal Documents || State and Local Documents || International Documents || United Nations
American and English Literature || Asian Literature and Language || Classical Studies || Composition and Rhetoric || English and American Literature || Fine Arts || French Literature and Language || German Literature and Language || Music || Philosophy || Religious Studies || Scandanavian Literature and Language || Spanish Literature and Language || Theatre