Briggs Library maintains materials related to off-reservation boarding schools.
Briggs Library has an assortment of atlas materials covering state, national, and world geographical areas as well as historical perspectives.
Briggs Library offers a variety of recent popular fiction and nonfiction titles.
The Career Services Library is comprised of books related to career opportunities.
Briggs Library CD collection includes music of various genres and styles from classical to jazz. The spoken word CDs are in the general collection.
A variety of tabletop games are available for checkout through Briggs Library.
Curriculum Library is to serve the needs of the students and faculty of the Division of Education and to provide resources for current and prospective teachers.
The Briggs Library DVD collection includes documentaries that support the curriculum as well as a variety of feature and entertainment titles representing numerous genres and languages.
The Faculty Learning and Teaching Collection includes resources on a wide variety of topics related to higher education, pedagogy and the teaching profession.
Briggs Library subscribes to thousands of electronic and print journals.
Donated by retired Professor Richard Grant, Briggs Library's collection of Little Magazines is shelved in the McGinnis Room.
Briggs Library purchases and houses music scores for solos and small ensemble performance.
Briggs Library is honored to have been chosen in 2015 by Paulette Fairbanks Molin to receive a collection of scholary materials that represent her lifetime work as a noted author, educator, and museum consultant.
Contemporary poetry written in English and published since 1900 reside in the McGinnis Room.
The Rare Books and Manuscript collection is located on the fourth floor of Briggs Library.
Briggs Library has a wide assortment of reference materials available for use.
Briggs Library Archives serves as the institutional memory of the campus.
Briggs Library is proud to identify and collect works created by UMM faculty, staff, and students.
The West Central Minnesota Historical Research Center collects documents and records of eight counties in West Central Minnesota.
Located on the fourth floor of Briggs Library in room 420, this collection represents the records and materials of the West Central School of Agriculture.