Visitor Information for Woodruff Library
The Woodruff Library welcomes non-Emory affiliated researchers and visitors during visitor hours.
Plan your visit
See our Hours for current and upcoming services and spaces hours.
Woodruff Library Building access is restricted to Emory students, staff, and faculty during exam periods.
Outside of visitor hours, access to the Woodruff Library Building is restricted to Emory ID holders.
During your visit
Find your way around
The Woodruff Library Building is home to multiple libraries, service points, academic technologies, and collections. Our Library Maps and Spaces page features a cross-section image of the facility, links to the various libraries and departments, and an up-to-date call number guide.
Emory Libraries technologies
The Woodruff Library has three computer workstations reserved for visitor use by appointment. These computers are located on Level 2 near the Library Service Desk.
Please check-in at the Library Service Desk at the time of your appointment and ask a member of the library staff to assist you with signing in.
Printing, copying, and scanning
Visitors must purchase a guest copy card to print or make paper copies in Emory Libraries.
A free digital scanner is available near the Library Service Desk that quickly produces high-quality copies you can email to yourself or save to a flash drive.
For more information on computing in Woodruff Library, please see our Learning Commons page.
Have more questions?
Contact the Library Service Desk!
You can speak to a staff member at the Library Service Desk on Level 2 of the Woodruff Library, or contact us by call, email, or text: