Collection

Location

Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (CCICS) Library
The Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies offers materials in the social sciences and humanities related to the African and African-American experience.

CCICS Library, 700 E. Oakwood Blvd.

Curriculum Materials Collection (CMC)
The CMC supports the education program at NEIU. Materials include children's books and magazines, elementary and secondary school textbooks, teacher resource materials, and multimedia resources.

3rd floor, Ronald Williams Library

Databases and Online Collections
Online search tools for finding journal articles as well as accessing images, streaming video and audio, news and statistics.

Online

El Centro Library and Learning Resource Center
The El Centro LLRC offers a recreational reading collection and has some items on reserve for El Centro courses.

El Centro LLRC, 3390 N. Avondale Ave.

Full Text Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers (online)
NEIU subscribes to thousands of online titles in all subject areas, from popular magazines to academic journals.

Online

Full Text Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers (print)
These items may be found shelved alphabetically by title in the Periodicals section.

2nd floor, Ronald Williams Library

Government Information
The Library is a depository for Federal (1963-present) and State (1968-present) publications. The collection includes Census data, current economic statistics, and a variety of other electronic resources.

2nd floor, Ronald Williams Library

Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD)
IRAD is a repository of primary source documents on Chicago municipal government as well as genealogical information for Cook County.

Lower Level, Ronald Williams Library

New Materials
Search for the latest items added to the NEIU Library collection.

1st floor, New Book Shelves (books)
and throughout the Library (other media)

ParamGun Sood Collection
This collection includes contemporary fiction by South Asian authors of Indian descent and by Indian-American authors.

Throughout the Ronald Williams Library

Projects - Math, Special Education, and Honors
Collection of students' creative project papers submitted by various departments on campus. See also Master's Theses

3rd floor, Ronald Williams Library

Special Collections
A small number of rare books and materials are housed in the locked cases in the Ronald Williams Library.

Visit the Reference Desk,
1st floor, Ronald Williams Library

Theses
Master's degree final projects by NEIU students completing their degrees.

Throughout the Main and CCICS libraries, recent ones Online

University Archives
The University Archives collection preserves the history of NEIU. Materials include minutes of University meetings, policies and reports, the Internal Budget, NEIU's student newspaper, and yearbooks from 1964 to 1982.

Lower Level, Ronald Williams Library