Thank you Welcome Week

Thank you to the more than 100 folks that stopped by for our Doherty Library Ice Cream Social held during Welcome Week at UST. The success of smiles, laughs, and welcoming was terrific, and convinced us to support an ice cream social for future Welcome Weeks as we look to grow our student social life opportunities.

Go Celts in 2018- 2019!

Happy Researching at the Doherty Library!


TV Programming in the Doherty Library

The library is proud to promote good, objective journalism. Keep yourself well-informed and up-to-date on all the important current events of the day. The Newshour will air every weekday at 5 p.m. in the Doherty Library lobby. We have a link to the entire TV schedule and more information below.


As we build out TV broadcast schedule, please suggest programs and we can do our best to fit it in the schedule.


Call Numbers are Shifting, Books are Moving

There are some changes being made at the Doherty Library.  The following areas of the library collection are being relocated:

The library bound periodical collection has been moved from its’ present basement location.  Selected titles (frequently used and core titles) are now housed alphabetically by title in the Silent Reading Room, first floor of Doherty.  The remaining bound periodical titles will be located in a basement closed stack storage room. For journals in storage, you will need to complete the online request form at:


or complete a paper request form available at the circulation desk.  The library’s online periodical listing will tell you the titles that are located in the Silent Reading Room or in the storage area.

Books with call letters PQ-Z are being relocated to the library’s basement, in open stacks available to the public. The children’s literature collection will remain on the second floor, east-side of Doherty.


E-books at UST

E-books (EBSCO) offers high-quality e-book titles from major academic publishers and University Presses from around the world. EBSCO makes it easy to access best-selling titles, front-list titles, and award-winning titles to support academic pursuits, along with leisurely reading.

The information resource is available at the Doherty Library and the link below points to our database title page where you will find access to E-books (EBSCO). Off-campus access is easy and only requires your Celt ID and password, the same information used to register for classes at UST.

E-books (EBSCO)

Happy Researching or Edification!