Locations and Hours

Onsite Services During COVID-19

Last updated: November 10, 2020

Most library services are available remotely during fall semester. 

All onsite services require an appointment for building access.

Shapiro Library is the only location with available study space. It also serves as the contactless pickup location for items not available online that are held in Central Campus library locations, including Shapiro, Hatcher, Fine Arts, and Buhr.

On North Campus, the Music Library and the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library serve as contactless pickup locations for items housed in those respective locations.

An Mcard is required for access to onsite services and a mask must be worn at all times. See hours for all locations.

Hatcher Library

The building is closed to the public, except for by appointment access to “library-use only” materials, such as maps.

Shapiro Library

Contactless pickup location for items from Central Campus and Buhr.

Walk-in study space is not available. You may reserve

  • Individual study spaces for up to 4 hours per day
  • Limited computing

We are not offering printing at this time. Visit Campus Computing for the latest information about printing options across campus.

Enter through the automatic doors at the west entrance, off the Diag. 

As always, wear your face covering, maintain proper physical distancing, and complete your daily ResponsiBLUE screening.

Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library 

Contactless pickup location and access to “library-use only” materials by appointment, otherwise closed to the public.

As always, wear your face covering, maintain proper physical distancing, and complete your daily ResponsiBLUE screening.

Music Library

Contactless pickup location, otherwise closed to the public.

As always, wear your face covering, maintain proper physical distancing, and complete your daily ResponsiBLUE screening.

Fine Arts Library

Closed to the public.

Taubman Health Sciences Library

Closed to the public.

Buhr Building

Closed to the public.

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