RichLyn Library provides an excellent learning resource for the University. Overlooking Lake Sno-Tip, the library provides a pleasant study environment with a large atrium and informal lounge areas, individual study carrels and small study rooms. The library displays a portion of the Wilson fine art collection, providing a rich learning resource to patrons. Its collection includes over 190,000 items, over 13,000 bound periodical volumes and over 42 Internet subscription-based databases. Many other carefully selected Web resources may be accessed from the library’s home page. The online public catalog is Web-based, which allows for convenient dormitory access. Students may borrow books from other Indiana libraries using the remote access interlibrary loan module. They may also renew their books online. Additionally, the library is wireless, and all study carrels are supplied with electric outlets. Special collections include government documents, curriculum materials and kits, audiovisual media collection, music scores and listening lab, as well as archives in a fully equipped historical center, used for the University and the United Brethren in Christ denomination.