A world of support within your reach
Whether you're in the first year of your undergrad or the last year of your PhD, the history department wants to make sure you have all the resources you need to ensure your academic success.
Modern historians use technology to get their work done better and faster, and so should you. With help from the Arts Computing Office, we strive to offer our students the newest and best technological resources for research and writing.
While we try to keep things simple, navigating your degree can sometimes feel complicated, so we provide academic counseling to all of our students.
Library research is an integral part of the historian's craft, so we encourage you to make use of the guidance provided by our liaison librarian and the university's library system.
When history students need a quite place to study, we like to welcome them to the MacKirdy History Reading Room which features a private departmental library; copies of course readings; an archive of past theses and dissertations; and lots of comfortable seating.