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During your university career you will have to spend a certain portion of your time it in the library. Why not choose a university that has a library you can be comfortable in?

The Queen Elizabeth II Library is just the place. Top of the line technology and the best holdings in Atlantic Canada are just some of its finer points. Here you'll find:

  • The Commons - Located on the main floor of the library, our student computer centre is not just comfortable, it's state of the art.
  • Bright sunlit study areas - Perfect for last minute studying
  • Wireless access
  • Digital Media Centre
  • Expert staff ready to help at a moment's notice

Plus, we're ranked by Maclean's magazine as one of Canada's best university libraries.

In addition to its millions of books and periodicals, it houses several specialized collections, including:

Our University library system also includes:

In addition to our library system, the Faculty of Arts runs the Maritime History Archive. Located in the Mathematics (Henrietta Harvey) building on the St. John's Campus, this library collects and preserves documents relating to the history of maritime activities in Newfoundland and Labrador and throughout the North Atlantic world.

If you need some help figuring out how the library system works, check out the top ten tips for library success.