How a Student Uses MCPL
October 08, 2012
Several weeks ago, I moved back into my residence hall at Missouri Western State University for college. As far as feelings went, I was pretty prepared for my sophomore year. I’m majoring in Art/Graphic Design, and all the classes I was signed up to take seemed fairly easy.
Still, sometimes you get to a point in college where even the simplest classes can get to be a pain or just really hard to keep up with. Currently, I’m taking Elementary Chinese II, and it can get pretty difficult to keep up with my professor, who is a native Chinese-speaker from Xi’an, China. That’s where the Library comes in.
I prefer to use MCPL rather than the Missouri Western State University Library. It’s more familiar to me, but not only that—the fines for overdue books at my library are substantially more than at MCPL. All-in-all, using this system has been very beneficial to me with my studies, and because of the help, I have been able to continue making it on the Dean’s List two semesters in a row and counting.
Here at MCPL, we offer many, many resources from many, many different libraries with extremely low fines if you happen to forget to return a book.