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Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Students:: Library Resources & Services Overview

Welcome to the DSU Library Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Research Guide!

Library Services Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit

Off-Campus Access

Want to access the library online? Visit our homepage and under "Services" select "Off-Campus Access". Enter your Student ID and birthday in the requested format. Make sure you login before performing your searches.

Library Guides

Visit our homepage and check out our subject specific library guides to get started. Library research guides with recommended resources and research tips are available to meet your needs in various disciplines.

Library Instruction

Library instruction provides students with the information literacy skills to effectively find, use, and evaluate information. Several options are available including general library orientations, classes on searching and formulating research strategies, and subject-specific sessions. Request a session or ask for help by contacting the Reference Department at

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Need an item that you cannot find in our collection?  Request it  via ILL by filling out  ILL request form online,  call  ILL Assistant, Janet Horne - (662) 846-4448, or email her at

Printable Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Services and Resources

Ask us

How to do research for a college paper?

Learn a few easy steps that would help you start your research for your college paper.

Don't forget to check out JSTOR's online "Research Basics" course and begin building your research skills now. 

How to find articles?

Are you looking for reference sources, scholarly articles in periodicals, statistics, reports? Start with our electronic databases.

Check our YouTube "Database Tutorial" and begin your searches.

Need additional assistance come to the Reference Desk, contact, or email your library contact person.

How to cite your research sources?

Learn how to properly cite your sources, paraphrase text, and avoid plagiarism by using our YouTube tutorials and recommended tools, or attend a workshop at the library.

How to find eBooks?

Gain immediate access to our e-books collection by visiting our homepage and selecting "eBooks".

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Library Resources


As a Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Student at Delta State University you may access our print and online resources at your convenience. To use our print resources bring any approved form of ID to the Circulation Desk and know your DSU ID#.Access to our online resources require an off-campus login. 

Online Resources

Check out our most commonly used databases to start your research.


Print Resources: Loan Periods

Books - 3 weeks 

Gov't Documents and Vertical File - 7 days

Reserves - in library 2 hr limit

Reference Books - in library use only

Periodicals - in library use only


Avoid fines by renewing your check out items in person, by phone, or online.


Need an item that is currently checked out?

Place a hold by logging into your ""My Library Account"