Libraries & Resources

Ranked among the top 20 Association of Research Libraries (ARL) in North America, Emory University Libraries serves as an interdisciplinary, intellectual commons for our campuses in Atlanta and Oxford, Georgia.

Facilities & collections

Information to Make a Difference

With more than 4.4 million volumes, 336,390 electronic journals, 1 million electronic books, and internationally renowned collections, learn from everything Emory has to offer, so you can take your scholarship to the next level—across all disciplines. 

  • Woodruff
  • Business
  • Center for Digital Scholarship 
  • Cox Hall Computing Center 
  • Health Sciences
  • Law
  • Library Service Center 
  • Music and Media 
  • Oxford College 
  • Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
  • Science Commons
  • Theology
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Study Spaces

Places to Take It All In

From group and individual settings to specialized reading rooms, find the perfect Emory nook to absorb your knowledge in an environment that’s best suited to you. 

  • Group and Individual Rooms
  • Quiet Places
  • Math and Science Reading Room
  • Matheson Reading Room
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Reservable Spaces

The Ability to Book Your Spot

Whether you’re rehearsing for a presentation, require IT resources, or just need somewhere to hit the books, you can sign up for your perfect place ahead of time. 

  • Learning Commons at Woodruff Library
  • Computing Center at Cox Hall
  • Presentation Practice Centers
  • Web Conferencing Areas

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Special Collections

Learn What Our Libraries Have to Offer

African American History and Culture

Black history, culture, liberal arts, sports, and civil rights

Literature and Poetry Collections

Materials related to modern and contemporary poetry and literature

Political, Cultural, and Social Movements

History, culture, and politics of Atlanta, Georgia, and the South

Emory University Archives

Records and materials documenting 180+ years of Emory history

Rare Books

Art, British Literature, Victorian, and other digitalized rare books


130,000+ volumes of rare books covering religious history and topics

Explore Emory Libraries’ holdings and offerings