When on campus, alumni may access most of the library’s electronic resources available through Vanderbilt libraries. We are also able to offer remote, off-campus, access to a select group of specially licensed alumni databases . To gain remote access, alumni will need a VUNet ID. If you do not already have a VUNet ID, request… Keep Reading
Vanderbilt University Libraries offer laptops and iPads *now for 3 day* check out to all current students, faculty and staff. The iPads are preloaded with a selection of apps. Additional laptops and iPads have been added to the inventory. You can check our website here for up-to-date information on laptop and iPad availability at each… Keep Reading
It’s time for Fall Orientation at Peabody Library. If you are a new or returning graduate student, please sign up for a session. You’ll find out about library services and resources to make you more academically fit and successful.
Five Vanderbilt libraries (Central, Divinity, Law, Management, and Science & Engineering) now accept patron ink and toner cartridges for recycling. This service is supported by the Library Green Team, SustainVu and Guy Brown Business Solutions. Guy Brown will donate portions of the proceeds from recycling these items to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt,… Keep Reading
It’s hard to believe that the Food for Thought Café opened in May 2011 in Central Library. As we approach the café’s second anniversary, now is a good time to gather thoughts on how well the Café is meeting your needs. We will be meeting with the café managers in the coming days and would… Keep Reading
The Vanderbilt Hustler (Vol. 125, Issue 3) published an article on Monday about the Library’s new service circulating iPads. You can find the article on page 3 of the student newspaper, or online here. VSG President Maryclaire Manard is quoted in the article: “This is a big milestone for our libraries and our student government,” said… Keep Reading
The Libraries now have iPads available for check out. See details here!
Link to announcement and hours here.
The interface and searching features of 36 ProQuest, CSA and Chadwyck Healey databases have changed. For more detailed information visit the
Central Library’s Food For Thought Cafe will reopen Monday, August 20. Hours: Opening day, Monday 8/20 9am-3pm Tuesday 8/21, 9am—3pm Wednesday 8/22, 9am-10pm Regular Fall Semester Hours, effective 8/23: Mon – Thurs, 9am -9pm Fridays, 9am – 3pm Closed Saturdays Sundays 3pm – 9pm