|Regular Semester Library Hours|
|Monday – Thursday||7:30AM - Midnight|
|Friday||7:30AM – 10:00PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 10:00PM|
|Sunday||10:00am – Midnight|
|Regular Semester Reference Hours|
|Monday – Friday||9:00AM - 8:00PM|
|Saturday – Sunday||10:00AM – 6:00PM|
The Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library provides a wide array of information resources and services in support of the educational mission the University. During the regular spring and fall semesters, the library is open every day, providing services over 100 hours a week. Library hours are posted on the web page, and are also available by telephone at (305) 899-3760. Library hours are extended until 2:00 am during final exam periods, and vary during semester breaks and University holidays.
The Library holds over 340,000 physical items including books, videos, microforms, DVD’s and CD's. The library provides online access to millions of full text articles, streaming videos, and eBooks through over 135 databases such as Proquest, Academic Search Premier, ABI/INFORM Global, ERIC, CINAHL, Medline, ATLA Religion, and Films on Demand.
The loan period for books for undergraduate students is three weeks; for graduate students, six weeks. CD's and DVD's may be checked out for up to 3 days. Materials can be renewed online or by telephone, and fines and fees are incurred for failure to return materials on time.
Students can get help with research assignments at the Reference desk, via email, and by telephonefrom professional librarians. Course Reserve materials are located at the Circulation desk, and may be used in-house or checked out overnight depending on faculty preference. Research materials not available in the library or online, may be requested through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services.
The Library provides students with over 80 computer workstations and 12 laptops with wireless internet access. All computers offer internet access, course software including Microsoft Office and Adobe Create Cloud Suite. Printing, copying, and scanning is available using PrintMe multifunction copiers. Large-print scanning is available using the walk-up scanner KIC 4. Black and white copies are .05 cents and color copies are $1.00 each; scanning is free. Fourteen group study rooms are available for 2 hour checkout for undergraduate students and 4 hour checkout for graduate students. Student ID cards are used to check out all items at the Circulation desk located on the Main Level of the Library.