Remember that our catalog looks for items that UI owns first, followed by items owned by Summit. You can request both using your Vandal Card. If you find something Summit doesn't own, we can always order it for you through Interlibrary Loan.
For more information about using the catalog to find books, consider viewing some of our tutorials:
Quick Guide to WorldCat Local (catalog)
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Books are located on the 3rd floor, organized by the Library of Congress Classification scheme; additional books may be located on the 2nd floor in our Oversize Book collection.
Search for books (including the e-book collection) using the library catalog.
Visual Arts N1-9165
Sculpture NB 1-1952
Drawing NC 1-1940
Painting ND 25-3416
Print Media NE 1-3002
Decor NK 1-9955
Arts (General) NX 1-820