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TWU Houston's ten-story campus building in foreground at the corner of Main, Holcombe and Fannin, in the Texas Medical Center (TMC), the largest medical center in the world.
The Houston Center Library Room 4132 (at the Houston campus) has books from TWU's School of Business, Department of Health Care Administration, School of Nursing, Department of Nutrition & Food Sciences, School of Occupational Therapy and the School of Physical Therapy, also. Available for Houston TWU faculty, staff, and students to consult in the library, all of these materials (books, audiovisuals and journals) are specially selected and added to the collection by your faculty and staff. There is a pc/scanner available to print in b&w or color at the adjacent Mega Computer Lab. The Library also has Laptops and Chromebooks for checkout. Most of these materials are available to you to check out during hours of operation, so come browse the different collections and see what the Houston library has to offer you.
Textbooks, reference, non-circulating, media materials, and Houston Reserve Items may not be requested through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
Be sure to attend TWU Orientation classes on your library services in August, January and May/June. A special welcome to new and returning students and a reminder to Dietetic Interns that we are available for appointments and walk-in help.
WIND DOWN WEDNESDAYS
In Fall and Spring semesters, the Houston Library offers you TWU "Wind Down Wednesdays." From 10-4 on Wednesdays, we will offer coloring, painting, puzzles, knitting, checkers and more to help you relax and have fun!
Need a 20 minute power nap? Come rest in the Nap Pod located in the library.
THERAPY DOG VISITS
Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs of Houston is a co-sponsored event by Houston's office of Student Life and the Houston Center Library. During the late fall and early spring, therapy dogs will be on campus! You will get the opportunity to learn about the purpose and value of therapy dogs in health care, including helping military veterans with PTSD, amputees, those with Alzheimer's disease, prisoners and others.