Classroom 205

Room #205 is one of the 4 classrooms at COS in which Distance Education - Interactive TV (Synchronous) classes can be taught. This classroom may also be used for regular instruction.


Library Classroom 203

Library classroom is used primarily for library instruction. It is equipped with 40 computers and it can also be used by faculty, staff, and administration for training​.


​Group Study Rooms

These rooms are useful for group study projects and can be reserved using cos.mywconline.​com​. Students need to check out dry erase markers and erasers at the Circulation Desk when using the white boards​. 


Quiet Study Area

Every effort is made​ to keep the second floor of the LRC as a quiet study area as many students request a quiet place to study.  All users are expected to be respectful and help keep the second floor quiet.


​Book Shelves

This area houses the LRC library's main book collection. It includes fiction, biographies, non-fiction and oversized books. There are computers available at the ends of the stack to search the online catalog for titles and locations. You can also search the library collection from any computer that has Internet access. Click the highlighted area of the map to go to the online catalog.



The TRiO program has moved to Alpine building.

​Conference Room 210

This room can be reserved for faculty committee meetings. The table can comfortably sit fourteen people. There are also three computers and a projector.

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​Math Lab

Math Lab is staffed with tutors and faculty members from the math department. Students are welcome to come in and ask for help or just do their math homework. 

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​Writing Center

The writing center is designed for students wishing to work on papers in any subject area with the help of a writing instructor or student tutor.

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​Tutorial Center

The primary function of the Tutorial Center is to provide individual or small group tutoring to any student who needs and wants to improve his/her class performance. Students may apply for tutoring at any time during the semester, but the sooner, the better the opportunity to make significant improvements in your study.

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Children and Juvenile Books

This area houses children picture books and the children and juvenile fiction collection. Some books are purchased to support the early childhood classes. If you have children, you are encouraged to check out books and to spend time reading to them. Click the highlighted area of the map to see some of the titles.

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​Student Helpdesk & ​Computer Commons

This area has 1​20 computers for student use. Each computer has Internet access, software programs that support the curriculum and word processing. Click the highlighted area of the map for more information about Library/LRC Student Helpdesk & Computer Labs.

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​Reference Desk (Ask a Librarian)​

This is where COS students can have an individual research consultation with COS librarians (faculty with masters degrees in library and information science) and ask them questions related to research for their classes. Click the highlighted area for more ways to reach a COS librarian.

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​Research Computers

These computers are dedicated to student research using the LRC's academic databases and word processing.
The academic databases may be accessed off campus using Universal Login. Click the highlighted​ area to get to academic databases page.


​Magazines Lounge Area

An area of the LRC for students to quietly relax and browse current issues of journals, newspapers and magazines including popular titles such as Time, Hot Rod, People, Consumer Reports, Gourmet, Rolling Stone, Fine Woodworking, Hispanic and Ebony, as well as respected journals from many career areas.

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New Books Display

The shelves in this area contain a selection of brand new books on a wide variety of subjects.

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​Circulation Desk (Checkout) and Periodicals

The back part of Circulation Desk holds older issues of periodicals (newspapers, magazines and journals).

​Circulation Desk (Checkout) and Course Reserves

This is where library ​material can be checked out (books, DVDs, hotspots, laptops, etc.) The area behind the Circulation Desk closest to the entrance houses a select collection of textbooks and materials that instructors have put on course reserve for their students. Click on the highlighted area to see the borrowing policy.


​Reference Collection​

This area houses COS Library print reference collection. Refe​rence books include dictionaries, statistical resources, subject and general encyclopedias, atlases and law books. Reference books cannot be taken out of the library. There are several copy machines available to make copies of needed pages. Click the highlighted area of the map to see online reference works.​

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Last Updated: 5/20/2015 3:00 PM