When you come across a book or other physical library item in FIND IT!, the result will look something like this:
So now what do you do?
You'll need to gather a few pieces of information: the item status, location, and call number.
An item's status lets you know whether the item is available or not. For instance,
The location tells you generally where to go. For instance,
The call number helps you pinpoint exactly where the item is.
For this item (RC451.4.S7 K336 2004), you would first find the R section, then the RCs, then the RC451s, the RC451.4s, and so on.
Call numbers are organized by subject, so if you were to get this book off the shelf it would likely be next to other books about college students' mental health specifically, and it would be pretty near other books on mental health topics.
If an item is unavailable because it is checked out or missing, you have a couple of options.
1. You can click the Retrieve Catalog Item link from FIND IT!
2. You may also fill out an Interlibrary Loan Request Form to ask that we borrow it for you from another library. Note, however, that it may take up to two weeks for the item to become available.