The NDSD/RC Library/Media Center, located in the Resource Center on campus, is open Monday through Friday during the school year.

The Library/Media Center, houses a wide variety of materials, including:

  • Easy fiction
  • Fiction
  • Easy non-fiction
  • Non-fiction
  • Professional
  • Audio/visual
  • Reference
  • Periodicals (both professional and general interest)

Specific areas of interest for families and professionals include resources on:

  • deafness
  • deaf culture
  • sign language
  • disabilities

This center is well utilized by students and staff.

ODIN (Online Dakota Information Network), through which materials are available to all North Dakotans via Interlibrary Loan.


Historical Banner Collection

Once a weekly school newsletter and now an annual yearbook, the Banner has been published since 1891. A complete set has been compiled and is available to visitors in the library. 

Through a partnership with the North Dakota State Library, this historical collection may also be electronically accessed online at

To view a list of recent Banners and special editions, click on History and Banners.

Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP)

The Library/Media Center advocates for the DCMP (Described and Captioned Media Program) which serves those who are blind, as well as those who are deaf or hard of hearing. A wide variety of free-loan educational media is available for streaming on the Internet and on DVDs through the U.S. mail.  Topics range from everything from children's stories to parenting to ASL lessons. You may visit the website to learn how to become a member or contact the NDSD/RC librarian at 701-665-4433 for more information.