Answered By: Sheeji Kathuria Last Updated: Nov 14, 2014 Views: 501
The Circulating Collection means a collection of books that can be checked out (as opposed to Reference books which must stay inside the library). Our circulating collection is located on both the 3rd and 4th floors and are organized by Library of Congress call numbers.
If you find a book you'd like to check out, take it to the Access Services desk on the 2nd floor. For more information, ask a librarian!