The library building was named in honor of the University's first President, Dr. J. Burton Vasché. The University Library offers electronic access to over 35,000 online periodicals (scholarly journals, magazines, and journals), 160 databases, and streaming academic videos. The physical collection holds over 300,000 books, 500 current print journal subscriptions and a collection of older publications, in addition to music CDs, videos, and DVDs. The library’s services include an online catalog, research help, research & information literacy instruction, computer workstations, and wireless access to the Internet. Quiet study seats and areas, including reservable group study rooms, are available throughout the library.
The library building also houses the Technology Support Desk for students, Academic Success Center, Learning Commons (Testing, Tutoring Center, Writing Center), Warrior Cross Cultural Center, Disability Resource Services, as well as state-of-the-art computer labs.