Library & Learning Support enriches the learning experience of students, educators, and researchers by providing quality resources and instructional services.
Library & Learning Support (LLS) integrates quality print and digital resources and services to support teaching, research, and student learning. LLS assists students to develop essential literacy skills and provides support for academic, scholarly, community, and career development. The LLS mission emphasizes support for inquiry and research by providing access to quality academic resources and services and by providing learning accommodations to students. Our vision is consistent with NLU’s mission and values of excellence, respect, access, collaboration, passion, inquiry, and innovation.
In addition to our other services, LLS also offers credit courses and TAP preparation courses. Check the online course catalog for more information about LIBR course content, locations, and times.
LIBR 200: Digital Information Literacy
LIBR 300: Library Research for the Social Sciences
LIBR 401, 402, & 403: TAP Preparation Courses
NLU’s Chicago, Wheeling, Lisle, and Skokie (North Shore) campus libraries are open to visitors. A visitor pass may be required for those who are unaffiliated with NLU. View hours and locations.
- Chicago: Take the elevator from the lobby to the second floor, and ask for a visitor pass at the information desk. The library is on the sixth floor of the building, to the left of the elevators.
- Lisle: Check in at the first floor information desk.
- Skokie (North Shore): Check in at the third floor information desk.
- Wheeling: Check in at the first floor information desk.