At Collins library you have access to experienced staff, including librarians, student peer research advisors, and subject experts. We are happy to help you learn to use the library and find materials for your research papers and course assignments.
We are committed to creating a welcoming environment for all our users. Click here to learn more about our efforts to support diversity, equity and inclusion.
The library provides access to an abundance of physical and digital collections. If you do not find what you need in our collections, we are part of a network of libraries called the Orbis Cascade Alliance that can easily deliver materials through a system we call Summit.
Our distinctive collections provide unique opportunities for students and researchers to work with one-of-a-kind items. Visit our Archives and Special Collections to learn more about the history of Puget Sound and opportunities to work with historical rare books and documents.
On behalf of all the staff at Collins Library, we hope you will all visit the Library often and freely share your thoughts about our services, facilities, and resources. You can email me directly: email@example.com or use our Tell Us What You Think link.
With best wishes for a successful and fulfilling academic experience.
-Jane A. Carlin, Library Director
- Note to visitors: Some services are restricted to Puget Sound campus staff and students. If you are a visitor to Puget Sound we strongly recommend that you work with librarians at your own college, school or public library. They may be able to uncover resources that you overlooked and/or make a referral to a library that best suits your needs. If you need to use another library, your librarian may be able to make arrangements on your behalf. You are also welcome to call our Library Services desk at 253.879.3669 with questions before you come to visit.