Course Reserves are materials that the library temporarily sets aside for class reading and viewing at a faculty member's request. These materials have shortened loan periods and are often restricted to in-library use.
All Course Reserve items are indicated in the online catalog.
For more information, see our borrow and renew pages.
What types of items can I put on reserve?
Place items on reserve
To ensure that materials for your course will be available to students during the first week of classes, we recommend submitting a reserve request no later than two weeks prior to the first day of classes.
The request submission deadline for the fall 2016 semester will be Monday, August 22. After this date, we will continue to process reserve requests in the order in which they are received.
Snell Library maintains its course reserve system on a semester-to-semester basis. Courses and reading lists are not renewed automatically, and it is the responsibility of the instructor to provide the library with up-to-date course information.
*Last day of final exams for summer 2016 courses:
Library staff accept print course reserve materials in compliance with U.S. Copyright Law and the provisions of fair use.
Our course reserve service supports the teaching activities of Northeastern University. The NU Libraries exercise the right to determine conditions of use and to refuse materials for reserve for legal or other reasons.
LibraryReserves [at] neu.edu