This guide provides one place for graduate students to locate information on research, training opportunities, thesis & dissertation support, and much more.
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2014
Graduate students without an office may want to use the library's study rooms. Here's a link to the Study Room Reservation System complete with photos, maps, and room contents.
If you are a new graduate student, please familiarize yourself with some of our services via our Graduate Student welcome brochure.
We recommend meeting and forming a relationship with the subject specialist/librarian for your college as the best way to know the ins and outs of all the resources and services we offer. Schedule an appointment. We can't wait to meet you!
- Meet Your Librarian
Librarians are available via phone, email, IM chat, and in-office appointments/consultations to help you with your course work. Additionally they are here to offer you detailed assistance with your literature review and research in support of your thesis, capstone, project, dissertation, or portfolio. All aspects of searching, acquiring, and managing information can be discussed in one-on-one appointments with your librarian.The information seeking landscape changes on an almost daily basis. Whether you have no idea where to start or you are a seasoned user of library resources and services, a meeting with an information professional who keeps on top of the changes can save you countless hours.
This series of workshops is a brown bag lunch series sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies . You bring your own lunch and we will provide you with some dessert. Come and relax, eat your lunch and learn about some tips that will make you a more successful Graduate Student. Register for the Series by emailing Rauncie Ryan at LRRGLA@rit.edu Space is limited so register now.
Here's a link to all the workshops in the current series.