Welcome Aggies!

The Libraries are here for you, no matter where you are. Things are different this semester with changes made due to Covid-19 but Aggies are stronger together.

We’re happy to have you at the Libraries and we’ll continue to provide robust remote and virtual services.

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Message from the Dean

With fall semester upon us, it is good to be back on campus. We are glad to be able to provide our students and researchers with resources and services in support of their research and learning even if things may look and work a little bit differently this fall. We have spent all summer working towards our reopening and have taken several measures to expand our digital collections significantly to create effective surrogates for a significant portion of our print collection. Regrettably, there are still some limitations to our collections and services because the safety of our visitors as well as the health of our own faculty and staff is our paramount concern.

On a personal note, let me just say that as a librarian it was painful to close the library – something I never thought I’d have to do and never want to do again! I know it has been especially difficult for graduate students finalizing research and faculty with book contract deadlines, and many others. I assure you that no one is happier than the Libraries’ faculty and staff now that our doors are open again. We welcome you back.

David H. Carlson,
Dean of University Libraries