Academic libraries generally don't buy these kinds of books. We and other I-Share libraries may have a very limited selection of older editions, which you find by searching in the library catalog. If you are commited to taking one of these exams, purchasing your own, current edition of a test review book is a wise investment towards a good score.
The Chicago Public Library has a much more extensive collection of test prep materials. Once you have a Chicago Public Library Card, you can go online and use their library catalog to request any of these items be held for you at the location of your choice. The closest branch to the Lincoln Park Campus is only three blocks west of the Fullerton el stop, and the Harold Washington Library Center, located at State & Van Buren, is very convenient to the Loop campus. With your library card, you can also use the CPL's Learning Express Library database (at the library or remotely from any computer) to access many more test prep review materials and sample tests.
Be careful before purchasing access to any online test preparation services. Friends and classmates can be good sources for recommendations.