Library and Learning Center

Use of Materials

Humphreys University Library uses the time-saving open stack system and offers a two-week checkout that’s dependent on book availability. Certain materials, including reference books, current textbooks, magazines, and videotapes are for use in the library only.

Contact
Library & Learning Center


Stockton Library

(209) 235-2907

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Modesto Library
(209) 543-9411

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Two Libraries, One Great Resource

Humphreys University provides two major learning centers for students, alumni, faculty, and the community. The undergraduate library provides resources and information for students studying in any of our undergraduate programs, from liberal arts to paralegal studies. Our law library has collections of federal and California codes, California and regional reporters, California administrative regulations, attorney general opinions, law journals and treatises.

The Stockton Library is located in the 100 building on the northwest of the campus. The Modesto Library is located in the 3A building next to the lounge.

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Resources

Databases

Databases are searchable collections of information–some are very broad in nature, while others are for specific subjects. Most databases help you find articles published in scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers. Some databases help you find primary sources, while others help you find books, technical standards, media sources, and more.

The following databases are available for HU students:
(Login information can be obtained from the Library)

A to Z Maps Online
Electronic Card Catalog
Electronic Card Catalog (Admin)
EBSCO Research Database
Global Road Warrior
Westlaw

Internet Resources

In addition to our purchased databases, access other online databases and research guides recommended by the Humphreys University Library & Learning Center for research & information:

Education Resources Information Center
ibiblio
Internet Archive
Library of Congress
Google Scholar
New York Public Library
Open Library
Project Gutenberg
Public.Resource.Org
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Universal Digital Library
WorldCat
Bepress (Publications from Law Schools)

Materials and Services Available

Students have access to varied services and materials to help support their academic success.  The Library & Learning Center offers the following:

  • Books, newspapers, journals, magazines, pamphlets
  • Audio-visual recordings
  • Electronic card catalog
  • Tutoring Center
  • Two computer labs with Internet access
  • Writing lab
  • Reference service
  • Break-out rooms for study groups