The J. Willard Marriott Library is here for you. Below is what you need to know about services and resources for fall semester.
Students, staff and faculty will need their UCard to enter the library.
Virtually browse the stacks
The physical stacks aren’t browsable at this time, but you can use the virtual browse function to see other titles in the subject you’re looking for and place requests through our catalog.
Students can reserve study rooms in advance for individual use. Note that only one person per study room and seating throughout the library requires social distancing, with no group study spaces at this time.
Students should check with their professors about electronic materials they’ve reserved. The physical reserve shelves (formerly located on level 3) are closed at this time.
Yes! You can still borrow laptops, Wi-Fi devices and other items. Check it out.
Contact Special Collections for remote assistance. The Special Collections reading room is open by appointment.
Connect with our librarians for help with research, citations, and just about anything else on your plate. You can find your librarian by a subject specialist.
Virtual reality and 3-D printing
Virtual reality and 3-D printing services are available! Efforts to minimize high-touch points and face-to-face contact have resulted in significant changes to these services. Please refer to the 3-D Printing and Virtual Reality service pages on the Marriott Library website for more information.
For current info on hours and library accessibility, refer to our COVID-19 page.