Details on the Libraries' print, media, and electronic collections.
Information on access to computers in the libraries, available software and hardware, and wireless internet access.
Phone numbers and email addresses for the Libraries/Instructional Design Studio
The McNichols Campus Library, the Dental Library, and the Instructional Design Studio are vital instructional and informational sources for the academic community. The Goals & Objectives reflect the collection, organization, access, and managment of library resources in print, media, or electronic.
The University of Detroit established its library on the original Jefferson Campus in 1877. Upon the completion of the Engineering Building in 1927, the library was moved to the third floor of that building. In 1952, the McNichols Campus Library (McNCL) was opened with all resources and staff transferred to the new facility. At different times in the history of the university Evening Business and Administration, Clarkston, and Outer Drive Campus libraries existed.
Find out when the Libraries/Instructional Design Studio will be open.
Address, directions, and maps to UDM Libraries.
Personal items lost and found or left behind in either library are placed at the Circulation Department Check-Out desk in the respective library.
The Libraries/Instructional Design Studio are partners in the educational process, providing access to resources to serve primarily the educational and information needs of students, faculty, and staff of the University.
Location of campus and stack phones in the libraries.
UDM Libraries/Instructional Design Studio support the University's Mission of Excellent Education, Student-Centeredness, Catholic, and Urban Context in all its acquisitions, access, and management.
Policies and information on printing, photocopying, and related services available at the library including transparency production, access to reader/printer units, and binding.
Patrons with special needs are provided personal assistance from library personnel at any service point within each of the libraries. All patrons who use the libraries should expect equal access to the resources and the individual attention provided will assist special needs patrons be successful in their research endeavors.
Location of study spaces in the libraries.