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Guide for Grad Students: Home

Welcome

See how E. H. Butler can help you with your graduate level research.

Butler Library

Butler Library is here to help! You can find a variety of information about our resources and service on this guide, as well as on our main library website

Graduate Student Commons

Your home for studying, writing, collaborating, and researching. The Grad Commons is located on the 2nd floor balcony near Argo Tea. Priority for the space will be given to graduate students from 3 p.m. to close and on weekends.

Subject Guide

Leah Galka
Contact:
galkalm@buffalostate.edu
E. H. Butler Library, 157A
716-878-3291

How can we help?

  • Appointment Form - Schedule an appointment with a librarian for individualized assistance with your research. This is the best way to get reference assistance outside our regular reference hours. (Find our reference hours and related information here.)
  • Computing Help Desk - This is the first point of contact for technical assistance on campus. Their office in the library can help you with many computing needs.
  • Interlibrary Loan - ILL is a service that allows you to borrow materials from a library outside of Buffalo State. You will need to create an account to use this service. Ask a librarian for more information.
  • Bengal Card - The library is also where you will get your Bengal Card. As a graduate student, you are entitled to receive a new ID card that indicates your grad school status. 

Campus Resources

  • Graduate School
    • The main site for graduate student information. Find links to specific areas of the site below:
  • Graduate Student Association
    • The mission of the GSA is to represent and support the interests of the college's current and future graduate student community. The GSA's office is currently located in the Butler Library building.
  • Policies
    • It's a good idea to review the academic requirements and policies related to academic performance and degree completion.
  • Thesis and Project Guidelines
    • Make sure you follow the stated guidelines to receive proper credit for your work.
  • Tuition and Funding
    • Look here for information on financial aid, assistantships, fellowships, scholarships, and conference funding.
  • Graduate School Newsletter
    • Stay current with news and events and the Graduate School Newsletter.