The Helen Stubblefield Law Library is open to all members of the College community. Areas of specialization include nursing, neurodiagnostic technology, health information technology, and radiation therapy. The library is located on the third floor of the C building.

Hours of Operation

Regular Hours

Monday - Friday: 7am until 9pm* 
Saturday: 9am until 5:30pm 
Sunday: Noon until 5:30pm

Recess Hours (through 1/13/19)

Monday - Friday: 8am - 4:30pm
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed

The library may extend hours during exam periods.

*Please note: students can print in the Student Lounge from 6am - 7am. 


Electronic Databases
Database usernames and passwords can be found on the Library Services page of

  • EBSCOhost Research Databases - Search through various multidisciplinary journals that include subjects such as education, nursing and allied health, psychology, religion, and sociology.

  • Gale Databases -Support your research with up-to-date, full-text magazines, newspapers, journals, periodicals, videos, and podcasts.
  • Kanopy Movies & Documentaries  - Kanopy is a service providing streaming videos for educational purposes. Major subjects covered include: the arts, business and training, health sciences, media and communication, natural sciences, social sciences, and teacher education.
  • LWW Health Library - LWW Health Library: Made Incredibly Easy! provides a digital learning tool for nurses at the BSN/RN-level in academic and hospital settings that will aid in their learning experience by providing access to texts designed to enhance their understanding of essential topics as well as prepare them for clinical rotations. Core text offerings include Critical Care Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!, Pathophysiology Made Incredibly Easy!, Medical-Surgical Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!, and more.
  • Nursing Database on Ovid - Access more than 100 core and niche databases to support research needs in a wide range of disciplines including clinical medicine, pharmacology and more. 

Online Patron Access Catalog

OPAC - Search physical resources available to you at the Labouré Library. This includes resources available for 2-week circulation, reference books, and course reserves.


The library has access to web-based periodicals as well as periodicals on open shelves.

Circulation/Reserve Collections

Circulating books may be borrowed for a two-week period and may be renewed in person or over the telephone. Print and non-print titles are placed on reserve by faculty and are to be used in the library.

Library Contacts

For further information about resources, contact or (617) 322-3584

You may also contact Anicia Kuchesky, Director of Library Services, at (617) 322-3513 or 


New Books in Our Collection: