WELCOME TO THE SIMMONS COLLEGE LIBRARY
Whether you’re looking for research help, a quiet place to work, or just for a place to print out an essay, the Simmons College Library has something to assist with a wide variety of needs. Located on the second floor of our Administration and Library Building at 1000 S. 4th Street, the library is one of the quietest places on campus, perfect to focus on an assignment or clear your head in preparation for future excellence.
WHERE TO GET STARTED
If this is your first time using our library, one of the best places to start is with our online catalogue. You can use the catalogue search bar below or access the full catalogue page from our Electronic Resources link to the left.
CAN’T FIND WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR?
Can’t find what you were looking for in the catalogue or need some assistance navigating it? Not to worry. We also provide a number of other electronic resources to access under that same resource page, and our staff can be reached using the email or phone information listed under Contact Us at the bottom of this page. Need to schedule proofreading or research help for an essay or assignment? We’re happy to help. Just let us know.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES LINKS
Through our membership in the Kentucky Virtual Library, we are able to provide access to a number of additional resources, including numerous electronic databases and Remote Access credentials available on the password-protected Credentials page.
LIBRARY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Library Policy and Procedure Manual
Donation Agreement Form
As the semester continues on and you find yourself hunting for sources for essays, presentations, or other assignments, remember the SCKY Library is here to help!
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Another frequent ban target from the much-missed Toni Morrison is The Bluest Eye. People objected to its inclusion of sexuality and "controversial issues."
Toni Morrison's Beloved is another frequently banned book in our collection, as is the film adaptation starring Oprah and Danny Glover.
It is with gratitude that we remember her, and the words she carved upon our world.