The Rotunda features spaces for students to study and collaborate, as well as browsing collections from the Library in the Dome Room. The collections feature works by UVA-affiliated authors, as well as current fiction and nonfiction.
The Law Library provides print and online resources to assist patrons with their legal research needs. Anyone from U.Va. may use the facility and check materials out, though the building is locked at 7 p.m. weekdays and 5 p.m. weekends. … Continued
The Camp Library supports U.Va.’s Darden School of Business by providing access for Darden students and faculty to a wide range online resources as well as books and periodicals. The Camp Library also provides access to Virgo and shares resources … Continued
The Mary and David Harrison Institute for American History, Literature, and Culture offers programs, fellowships, and exhibitions. The Institute’s building also houses the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library and the Center for Undergraduate Excellence. The Auditorium and the … Continued
The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library supports the School of Medicine’s faculty, staff, and students. It has its own mobile app and is located near the hospital, at 1300 Jefferson Park Avenue. You can find more information on their website.
The Physics Library offers access to premiere electronic and print collections in atomic, optical, chemical, condensed matter physics, and other areas. Services include information research assistance, materials for curriculum support, comfortable study spaces, help with Interlibrary Loan, referrals to the … Continued
The Mathematics Library is primarily a graduate-level collection with strengths in fields such as algebraic geometry and K-theory. It is in Kerchof Hall, room 107.
General astronomy materials are in Brown Library and Clemons, while the Astronomy Library holds a more specialized research collection covering such topics as astrometry and high energy astrophysics. The library is in the Astronomy building, Room 264. It is open … Continued
The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library holds more than 16 million objects including manuscripts, archival records, rare books, maps, broadsides, photographs, audio and video recordings and more. Collections are particularly strong in American and British literature, the history … Continued
The Library Data Commons@Curry (LDCC) is located in Ruffner Hall, room 302. The LDCC features 2 reservable meeting spaces with LCD monitors, a data computer, public computers, a public printer and photocopier, a free scanner/digital sender, and additional spaces for … Continued
The Music Library supports research in the following disciplines: musicology, theory and analysis, composition, performance, jazz, musical theater, ethnic and world music, popular music and folk music. The Music Library has one of the most significant music collections in the … Continued
The Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library provides research support and collections for the School of Architecture and the subjects of Art, Art History, and European Archeology. We offer research and digital tool consultation, resources for image scanning, and spaces for … Continued
The Charles L. Brown Science & Engineering Library, in Clark Hall, holds undergraduate-level materials in astronomy, biology, chemistry, math, physics, and psychology. It also has research collections that support students and faculty in the Engineering and Environmental Sciences programs. The … Continued
Popular with students for 24-hour study space and media-related materials and services, Clemons is one of the busiest libraries on Grounds. Our large DVD selection and comprehensive collection of books on film, television, drama and dance provide everything a scholar … Continued
Alderman Library houses collections in the humanities and social sciences. In addition, Government Information Resources (government publications) and the Scholars’ Lab are located in Alderman, as are the University Library administration and several Library departments. Alderman also has Greenberry’s Cafe … Continued