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Classical Mythology : Greek and Roman Epic

Dedicated to the mythology of the Ancient Greek and Roman Civilizations (There's also a course about this topic that is being held in the fall)

The Search Continues

All the books that were presented in this guide are available in the eBook catalog and in the circulating stacks of the library. In this section, there are instructions on how to find books on the shelf, a map of the library and other tips about finding what you need.

Library Openings

The Library is currently open on Tuesdays from 10am-4pm during the Fall Semester however we are only open for book/DVD pick ups and returns only.

For more information, take a look at the Library Reopening Plan.

Other Libraries


   If the SFC library doesn't have the books that you need, students have the option of requesting materials through Interlibrary Loan.



The library offers video tutorials on YouTube for students to use.

How to Search for Books

  • Start your search on the homepage of the library's website. 
  • Select the "Books & Media" tab above the search bar

  • Using "classical mythology" as a search term is useful, but it would it is advisable to be more specific. Try searching for specific people, places and things related to the stories.
  • On the right column of the search page, there are options that can to limit search results.


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Circulating Stacks

To find books or any materials that are available at the library, you must do a search on the library's website. Here is a guide with information on how to find books in the library, Introduction to Library Research.

Once you find the book that you're look for, take note of the call number. It is the alphanumerical code that is next to the location of the book.


If needed, here is a guide to borrowing materials