Rhodes Archives and Special Collections - As the institutional memory of Rhodes College, the archives collects, preserves, arranges, and describes records of permanent value from the founding in 1848 to the present. 

Barret Liaison Program - The Barret Liaison program strengthens the partnerships in research and lifelong learning between academic and administrative departments and Barret information professionals.

Check-Out Desk - The Check-Out Desk is located on the main level of Barret library.

Digital Media Lab - The Digital Media Lab (DML) is located on the second floor of library. Multimedia software is available on all computers located in this area.

Get Help – A comprehensive guide to some of the most often asked questions concerning information technology on the Rhodes College campus.  

Help Desk (email) – The Information Desk (Help Desk and Reference Services) is staffed Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to Midnight p.m., Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm, Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sundays from 10:00 am – Midnight. Personnel at the Information Desk include professional librarians and student assistants. Reference and Help Desk services are provided through walk-up, email and telephone. In addition, there is a Help Desk ticketing service that is available 24/7 for both Research- and technology-related questions. A team of 5 librarians manage the Information Desk triaging research and technology questions and issues, providing customer service, liaising with assigned departments, teaching library instruction to classes at the request of the professors that are tailored to the needs of a particular course or assignment, recommending resources (books, databases, and films) to faculty, attending faculty programs, serving on committees, and project work within the division (

Interlibrary Loan - Obtain materials such as books and journal articles for the purpose of teaching, learning, and research.

Writing Center - The Writing Center is dedicated to cultivating strong, independent writers. It is located on the first floor of Barret Library.

Testing Room - The distraction reduced Testing Room is on the 3rd floor of the Barret Library and has 16 non-proctored testing spaces dedicated for students who are registered with the Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS). The distribution of tests is facilitated through the Library Check Out Desk. 

How students use the testing room:

  • Register with the Office of Student Accessibility Services to gain fob access to the room.
  • Schedule an appointment online to use the testing center.
  • Bring your fob and Rhodes ID to the Check Out Desk. Tell the front desk workers that you are taking a test, and they will assist with the process from there.
  • Take the test in the Testing Room.
  • When done, return the test to the Check Out Desk.

How faculty provide tests for students:

  • Download and fill out a test cover sheet for each student registered with the SAS Office who is taking a test.
  • Bring the tests and cover sheets to the Library Check Out Desk at least one day before a student is to take their test so staff can process the items.
  • Pick up all the tests from the Check Out Desk after the tests have been taken.