Reference books on college-related topics are shelved together in special areas. At Old Worthington Library, they are kept in the reference aisle; at Northwest Library, they are kept on the Consumer reference table.
Circulating books on college-related topics can be found in the general non-fiction area under call numbers beginning 378 at all three Worthington Libraries locations.
Many directories identify and profile schools by cultural affiliation, location or programs offered. The titles below are only a selection of what is available at the Library. Ask a librarian for help finding a directory that meets your needs.
Financial aid comes in different forms (scholarships, loans and grants) from different sources (state governments, the federal government, schools and private foundations) and is often designated for different groups (athletes, women, minorities, etc.). The resources below should help you navigate this complex topic.
Most circulating books on financial aid can be found under call numbers beginning 378.3.
There are many good books about surviving Freshman year in college and creating good habits for college success.
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revised August 2016