About the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press

The Library, Museums and Press is a hub for activity, collaboration and concentration. You will find opportunities to discover, consume and create content throughout the organization’s various locations.

The main library building, Morris Library, sits in the heart of campus on the Green. In addition, there are three branch libraries: the Chemistry Library, the Physics Library, and the Marine Studies Library, as well as the Education Resource Center in the Willard Hall Building. Four Special Collections and Museums gallery spaces—including Mechanical Hall Gallery, the Mineralogical Museum in Penny Hall, Old College Gallery and the Special Collections Gallery in Morris Library—display rotating exhibitions that are free and open to the public. The editorial offices of the UD Press, which publishes scholarly works for researchers, are situated in Morris Library.

Should you have any questions about the Library or its resources, feel free to ask staff at any service desk. They are your best source for taking full advantage of what the UD Library, Museums and Press has to offer.