University of Richmond Libraries
Explore the University of Richmond Libraries and discover the rich collections of digital, print and archival information. Connect with library staff to learn about sources and services, from special collections and rare books to group study rooms outfitted for collaboration. The library offers opportunities for innovation through its digital library services, research and instruction program, rare books and special collections and the Digital Scholarship lab. Library locations include Boatwright Memorial Library (main library), Parsons Music Library at the Modlin Center for the Arts, the Curriculum Materials Center in North Court and the Science Reading Room in Gottwald Science Center.
Students and scholars can start their research at library.richmond.edu. The Libraries offer access to over 400 databases, 100,000 full-text journals, 300,000 electronic book titles, 11,000 videos, 1,500 audiobooks and numerous other electronic resources. Research guides and chat services offer online assistance and many library services, such as interlibrary loan, are available on the library’s website.
The libraries offer the services of expert librarians whose mission is to help students, faculty and staff with their library and information needs. Librarians are available through personal research appointments, walk-up assistance, email, phone and chat service.