Stoxen Library

Stoxen Library, connected to May Hall, the main classroom building, provides students, faculty, and staff, as well as residents of southwestern North Dakota, with access to traditional library services and materials, to online databases, and to the wealth of information available on the Internet.

Stoxen Library is a member of ODIN (Online Dakota Information Network), the North Dakota University System Library Network (academic, public, school, state agency, and special libraries) as well as OCLC, the world’s largest network of libraries. The library materials collection contains print books and periodicals, audiovisual materials and access to online periodicals and ebooks all accessible via the University’s web page.

Of special note is the library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection. The library’s materials collections are valuable resources for all types of research projects.

Needed research materials not available in the Stoxen Library collections or via the Library web page can generally be obtained via interlibrary loan. The library staff is available to assist users in their research efforts and library use.

There are a variety of study areas and a number of computer workstations available in the library for student research activities.

Stoxen Library is open 70+ hours per week. The hours are posted on the library doors as well as the Library web page. The aforementioned electronic resources (databases, online periodicals, and e-books) are available 24/7 from anywhere via the Library’s web page.