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Canadian Studies Program

"The Canadian Studies Program is an interdisciplinary and internationally focused program that seeks to broaden the student's understanding of Canadian society, past and present...The Canadian Studies Program sponsors the Canadian Studies Minor, which is an excellent program of study for students seeking a cross-cultural and internaionally-focused education. The minor complements fields such as business, health care, teaching, and human services."




Did You Know?

Need a quiet spot to study or a place to do group work?  Go to the circulation desk and check out a key to a library study room.

The library's third floor is the designated Quiet Floor.

Each semester your ExpressCard has $15.00 on it to be used for printing on campus.

Like to read?  We have a Leisure Reading collection.  It's in front of the elevator on the 2nd floor.




The information found within this guide will assist you in finding books, articles and additional sources (in print and on the web) that pertain to Canadian Studies.  Click on the Find Books & Media, Find Articles, Reference, Websites, or Cite Your Sources tabs near the top of the page.

See the box on the right for my contact information, and let me know whenever you need help finding sources. 


Academic Services Center

Students are encouraged to use the support offered by the Academic Services Center located on the ground floor of the Library.  Tutoring, Math, Writing, and supplemental Advising Services are available for students in the Center at the following times: Sun. 2-9; M.-Th. 9-9, Fri. 9-5. (Closed Sat.) For further information call 465-4272 or check the ASC website.


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