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The Robert W. Woodruff Library, provides a place for learning, research, quiet study, collaboration and technology for its students, faculty and staff, as well as the Atlanta, state, national and international communities.

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library connects the WHSC and Emory communities with information and knowledge to support education, research, and  patient care.  Electronic collections, information management and analysis tools, technology rich collaborative spaces, and a team of subject experts promote evidence-based care and interdisciplinary study and research.

The Goizueta Business Library provides resources, research and career preparation support and a collaborative work space for the business school's students, faculty, and alumni.

Emory University's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Book Library is a place of discovery, where students, faculty, scholars, and other visitors can browse rare books, examine original letters and photographs from manuscript collections, and study the documents and records of groundbreaking organizations.

The mission of the Law Library is to support fully the scholarly pursuits of the faculty and students of the College of Law. To fulfill its mission, the MacMillan Law Library offers an active program of legal research instruction, an experienced and helpful staff, and extensive collections of law and law-related information.

Pitts Theology Library supports the Candler School of Theology and Emory University with its distinguished collections of rare books, archives, and other theological materials. Its 600,000 volumes, vigorous exhibit program, opportunities for volunteers, and instructional programs engage the entire university.

The Oxford library offers a powerful combination of traditional and digital resources, student-centered spaces, and a personal commitment to excellent service. As the social and academic hub of the Oxford College campus, the library is dedicated to the achievement and success of our students, faculty, and staff. Within an inclusive and supportive environment, the library provides agile services, information literacy instruction, learning and research opportunities, and preservation of Emory’s history for Oxford College as a part of the larger University.

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