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Catalog and Student Handbook 2021 - 2022


The Helen Stubblefield Law Library at Labouré, named for Helen Stubblefield Law, is located on the third floor of the C building in room C328. 

Students are encouraged to take advantage of the expansive network of information and resources offered through the library. Access to resources and features includes: 

  • Access to the library collection, including online services for remote users
  • Access to professional support to help with one-on-one research strategies, finding academic sources, collecting data, and assistance with citing references
  • A diverse collection of physical books, eBooks, streaming videos, and electronic databases
  • Access to the online library catalog (OPAC) and Interlibrary Loan
  • Computers for researching the internet, online databases, and word processing
  • Bookable study rooms for study

In the event of a campus closure, we encourage faculty, staff, and students to utilize the remote library services available as much as possible. Many resources are available electronically. Library staff will continuously monitor email to help users navigate search and other remote tools to access materials and services. In addition, a dedicated tutorial page outlining use of resources and services is currently being updated and is available at

The library is a member of MAHSLIN (Massachusetts Health Sciences Library Network) and Boston Regional Library System. Such cooperative arrangements give members of the college community access to resources that may not be present on campus. 


Library Hours:

Library hours are subject to change from semester to semester. Please contact the library directly or view updated hours found on the Library Services page in eLearning and Brightspace. 

Note: Students can print in the Student Lounge from 6 am-7 am. The Library may extend hours during exam periods.


Library Contact:

For further information about library resources, please contact or call 617-322-3548.

Additional contacts: 

Technology Available to Students on Campus

The college provides the following services to students:

  • Internet access and Wi-Fi accessibility
  • Research tools, including EBSCOhost Research Databases, OVID, Gale Databases, and Interlibrary Loan Service to assist in students’ preparation for evidence-based practice
  • MyLaboure Learning System access with web links to electronic resources
  • E-journals and e-books
  • Word processing and PowerPoint presentation software for assignments in all courses
  • Nursing Online Testing access
  • Online library catalog
  • IAmLabouré: Labouré involvement app - free to download on the Apple AppStore or GooglePlay