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All library resources can be accessed from our webpage.
Tripod is the library catalog of Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges. You can request materials from the other two colleges and have them delivered here.
The Research Guides can help you locate journal articles and other scholarly resources.
If you need help ask a Librarian! We will help you with your research.
EMAIL: Ask a Librarian - Email us your questions or make an appointment.
Canaday Library Reference Desk Hours:
Carpenter & Collier: By appointment
CHAT: Look for the online chat window on the library's webpage when a librarian is on duty.
Canaday is the Main Library with resources focusing on the Humanities and Social Sciences. It also houses the Help Desk, the College Archives, the Writing Center, the Language Learning Center, Quita's Corner recreational reading section, the Lusty Cup Cafe and 24-hour computing labs.
Located on the west side of Thomas Hall, Carpenter is the Art, Archeology, Cities and Classics library. Carpenter houses reading rooms, a computer lab and a media center with a high resolution overhead scanner.
Located on the third floor of Park Science Building, Collier contains scholarly books and journals as well as maps, videos, popular science books, and science fiction novels, along with a computer lab and study spaces.
Away from campus?
You can access online library resources by first logging in to Off Campus Access.
This link is also available on the library's webpage.
Our libraries offer a variety of study spaces.
Collier has individual carrels and group and private study rooms.
Carpenter has study carrels, which GSAS graduate students and undergraduate seniors majoring in Classics, Cities, Archaeology or History of Art may reserve for the year. For Carpenter carrel requests, contact Jeremy Blatchley.
Canaday also has study carrels that may be reserved. Requests can be made beginning:
The librarians are here to help you! Contact a subject specialist with your questions, or make an appointment.
History of Art, Cities, German
French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
Anthropology, Economics, Education, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology
Biology, Geology, Physics, Chemistry, Math, Computer Science
Archaeology, Classical Languages & Studies/Greek and Latin
Psychology, Social Work, Environmental Studies
Africana Studies, History, East Asian Studies, Philosophy
English, Creative Writing, Film Studies, Performing Arts