Ask a Librarian
Chat online with one of the staff at the RRC Library or at the Alkek Library.
The RRC Library has a number of materials onsite which can be checked out to students, faculty, and staff of Texas State University. Many items at Alkek Library are also available to RRC patrons and may be delivered to the RRC Library upon request so they may be checked out so you do not have to travel to the San Marcos campus. See "Document Delivery to RRC Library" below.
Please consult the following for services and policies for the number of items you may check-out, length of loans, fines, etc. and how to renew due dates if possible:
- MyAccount / Renew (enter your NetID and password) - see what you have checked out, due dates, and possibly renew items
- Circulation Department, Alkek Library
- Borrowing Policy
- Pay a Fine/Remove a Hold
Document Delivery to RRC Library
Many items can be delivered from Alkek Library to the RRC Library. To request an items use the library's catalog. If an item can be requested there will be a "Request" link on the page. Click on it and enter your NetID and password.
University Library materials may be returned at the RRC Library.
Request items from libraries other than those at Texas State University. You do not need to know which library has a copy in its collection. Items can be sent to the RRC Library for you if you designate RRC as your "Delivery Location" in your profile in ILLiad.
All Texas State University patrons may address library fines by inquiring at the RRC Library, Avery 255. Or, you may pay fines online by first going to the Pay a Fine/Remove a Hold page.
Library Guides and Tutorials
Learn about writing style guides, subject guides, tutorials, etc. These will also provide assistance in preparing bibliographies.
Reference and Instruction
Research advice, classroom instruction, library resource instruction, etc.
Some faculty place physical items such as books, DVDs, copies of previous projects, and more on Reserve at the RRC Library.
Information about the TexShare card program which allows users to borrow materials from other participating libraries.