Honors Study Resources
Students enrolled in Honors Study research are eligible for extended circulation privileges through May 15th of their graduating year. Bring a letter from your faculty adviser to the circulation desk to have your status changed.
In depth, one-on-one research session with a librarian. Sessions may be scheduled by completing a form at the Reference Desk or registering online.
Online Databases and Indexes
Use the libraries’ electronic databases to identify journal articles and other resources.
Online Full-Text Journal Locator
Use this handy online tool to identify available full-text journal titles including JSTOR and Project Muse titles.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) serves to supplement the library’s collections of resources for students, faculty and staff of the College. The service tries to make available books that are not owned by the libraries of Connecticut College, Trinity College and Wesleyan University(CTW). Requests for books and media from Trinity and Wesleyan can be placed using the CTW Catalog.
RefWorks is a Web-based bibliography and database manager that allows a user to create their own personal database by importing references from text files or online databases. RefWorks provides tools to quickly and easily insert bibliographic references into papers and to create bibliographies in multiple formats.
Honors Papers and Theses in the Connecticut College Archives
Information on locating and viewing completed honors papers as well as submission guidelines. Some previously submitted honors papers can also be viewed online via the Digital Commons.
The Roth Writing Center provides one-to-one peer tutoring to help writers of all abilities during all stages of the writing process
Circulation Desk: 860-439-2662
IT Service Desk: 860-439-4357