Simpson Library has more than 300,000 books in print, and more than 400,000 e-books.
To find books, use the library search box. On the search results page, limit your search to "Books" or "Electronic books."
When you find a physical book in the library search results, write down the book's call number, and then go to the shelves.
Books are shelved according to the Library of Congress Classification System. In this system, the library is divided into twenty-one broad subject areas, each of which is assigned one letter of the alphabet.
To use call numbers, read them from the top down.
For example, here's how you'd find this book:
We invite AP and IB teachers to provide us with lists of enrolled students in AP or IB classes. Students: if your teacher has given us a list of names, and your name is on the list, you may apply for a Guest Patron card and check out books.
If you don't want to get a Guest Patron card, you still have several options for using Simpson's library books: