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Extended Hours for Finals
Extended hours are available in McKeldin and the STEM Library.
Borrow Equipment
The libraries has general use and specialty equipment you can borrow.
Take a Brain Break
Fitness equipment is available to borrow from the TLC Tech Desk.
Copy, Print, Scan.
Library patrons have access to equipment located on-site.

News & Events

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Laptop and smartphone screens showing the New York Times Website on a black background.
UMD Libraries now offers access to the New York Times
UMD students, faculty, and staff now have a full, digital subscription to the New York Times, including cooking and games
Students studying in the Art Library
UMD Libraries Finals Success Guide 2023
Services and resources from the Libraries and campus to help you finish the semester strong.
An instruction session in McKeldin Library with the instructor helping a student using a laptop.
Generous Gift from McKeldin-Wayner Family Extends Legacy of McKeldin Library’s Namesake, Expands UMD Libraries’ Information Literacy Outreach
McKeldin-Wayner Family Student Success Fund will bolster integrative, results-focused library instruction for 20,000+ students every year
Text Morrill Reckoning: Acknowledging Indigenous lands that funded the University of Maryland.
New StoryMap Exhibit dives into UMD Restorative Justice
Morrill Reckoning: Acknowledging Indigenous Lands that Funded the University of Maryland has been added to UMD Libraries StoryMap collections.

Featured Collections

PowerPoint cassettes


PowerPoint was the first and only live program to focus attention on issues and information of concern to African American listeners using the popular interactive, call-in format. The show, based in Atlanta, aired weekly on Sunday evenings and was on the air for seven years.

Students protest

Student Activism

The University Archives collect and care for numerous collections that reflect the efforts of UMD students to challenge and change the status quo. A new gallery exhibition, Rising Up: 100 Years of Student Activism For Justice and Civil Rights at the University of Maryland, shares this history with you.

Student Activism Collections
Off our Backs magazine covers

Off Our Backs

Recently explored by a group of students who created their own podcast about “forgotten feminists”, Off Our Backs is a feminist news journal that pushed boundaries and shared resources for decades.

Student Podcast
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