Green is Stanford University's main research library, and has collections in the humanities, social sciences, area studies, and interdisciplinary areas.
The Stanford University Libraries include Green Library (the main campus library), Lathrop Library (technology services & study spaces), 14 specialized branch and department libraries, and 3 auxiliary libraries housing less-used or overflow materials. Five coordinate libraries, connected to graduate schools and other organizations, have their own websites and policies. The collections of all these libraries are indexed in SearchWorks.
Technology support, East Asia Library, and 24-hour study locations.
Basic information about the Archive, including access, contacts, directions, and parking.
Holdings in art, architecture, and design include twentieth century ephemera, architectural treatises, and artists’ books.
Map library, GIS support, and collection covering geology, seismology, energy resources engineering & more.
Highlights include current curriculum materials (including children's books), historical textbooks and college catalogs.
The David Rumsey Map Center enables and promotes interdisciplinary scholarship through the use of cartographic information in all forms—from paper to digital.
Social sciences and humanities for all historical periods in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.
Inviting study space. Collection emphasizes life sciences, including Biology course reserves and department theses.
In Pacific Grove, CA; focuses on marine biology, oceanography, fisheries, and other aquatic sciences.
Extensive technical reports collection includes computer science, mathematics, and statistics reports.
Music Library information including contacts, access, hours, transit, driving and parking.
Acquires and preserves manuscripts, rare books, and university archives.
The Swain Library offers broad coverage of chemistry and chemical engineering resources.