There is no public access to the Homer Babbidge Library after April 9 other than for the pick up of requested materials and book returns through August. Pickups are Monday through Friday noon to 4pm, no appointment needed. The book drops are located at
North Entrance (across from the seal on Fairfield Way-24 hours)
South Entrance (just inside the doorway next to Bookworms)
Loading Dock.jpg(access from the street between Schenker Hall and Budds Building. No parking, just a drop off – 24 hours)
iDesk on Plaza
See our COVID-19 page for information on other service changes.
The Homer Babbidge Library is the intellectual, learning, cultural, and social hub for UConn’s main campus in Storrs. Named after UConn President Homer Daniels Babbidge (1962-1972), the library features spaces that range from quiet study to interactive collaborative work. Included in the facility is a 3-D print studio, Bookworms Café, supplemental instruction spaces, digitizing and scanning services, printing stations, a writing center, a quantitative tutoring center, technology assistance, and a wide range of collection materials for research and instruction.