Most students know where the library is, whether it is because they like Starbucks or they’ve actually used it. However, the library has great resources that most students don’t know about. Yes, it is a great place to go and study, but there is so much more you can get out of it!

Days & Dates

FHG Library

Instructional Media Center

Monday – Thursday

7:30AM – 2:00AM

8:00AM – 12:00 Midnight


7:30AM – 5:00PM

8:00AM – 5:00PM


10:00AM – 6:00PM

10:00AM – 6:00PM


12:00 Noon – 2:00AM

12:00 Noon – 12:00 Midnight

The Instructional Media Center, also known as, the IMC Desk is located on the first floor, opposite of Starbucks. Here is what the IMC Desk offers you and all they need is your RAM Card:

  • Laptops, Videos Cameras, Digital Cameras, Headphones, Projectors and Screens, Tripods, and Audio Recorders
  • Laminating, Color Printing, Comb Binding, and Poster Printing (For  pricing click here)
  • Videos: VHS videos for children and adults on a variety of subjects.
  • Kits: Resource materials in most subject areas. Each kit includes different elements which may include activities, filmstrips, cassettes, puppets, etc.
  • Poster Sets: Study prints on a wide variety of topics. Located in cabinets by the service desk.
  • Posters: Individual posters organized by broad subject categories. Located in cabinets by the service desk.
  • Math Lab: A variety of math manipulative and other resources for teaching mathematics
  • Transparencies: Commercially produced and mounted transparencies on a variety of topics.
  • Audio Tapes: Cassette recordings, including children’s literature, which may be accompanied by a book, a filmstrip, or both.
  • Sound Recordings (LP Discs): a large collection of spoken word and folk music recordings.
  • CD–ROMs: The IMC is beginning to develop a collection of general and K – 12–related CD–ROMs.

The Library’s Website can be very helpful too; it shows you how to cite sources, gives you research guides by subject or course, and allows you to search for articles and books before you even get to the library!

And if the library doesn’t have it they can get it for you through interlibrary loan system! You can access them by clicking here.

If you’ve never gone, try it! The library is a great place to study with fewer distractions than your dorm room or apartment! The fewer the distractions, the more likely you are to get work done, and the less stressed you’ll be about your school work!

For more information about the library you can visit their website, by clicking here, or you can text the librarians with your questions at 610-915-8659.

Written by Julia Kane, Peer Educator