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COVID-19 Service Changes

The Stamford Campus Library is available for use by UConn students, faculty, and staff only at this time. Our hours have changed to

Building Hours
Monday-Thursday – 10-4pm
Friday-Sunday – Closed

Service Desk Hours
Monday-Thursday – 10-3pm

To help keep our facilities as sanitary and safe as possible, no food or drink (other than bottled beverages) is allowed in the Library. You are encouraged to clean your work area before and after use. Face coverings are required at all times. Go to our COVID-19 page or the Stamford Campus Updates & Resources webpage to learn more.

Welcome to the UConn Stamford Campus Library

Jeremy Richard Library
One University Place
Stamford, CT 06901-2315

Library Main: 203-251-8500
Library Fax: 203-251-8501

Can’t find what you are looking for? You can start by using our Ask a Librarian tool or by reviewing our eResources guide.

 

 

The Jeremy Richard Library at UConn Stamford is dedicated to serving the research needs of the students and faculty of the University of Connecticut.

We serve as the focal point for the Stamford Campus. Our computer workstations are networked to the main campus and provide access to thousands of e-books, full-text reference sources, and journal articles. The library catalog and UConn WorldCat are integrated with that of the Storrs campus library and other regional campus libraries; and Interlibrary Services provide easy access to the resources of the university libraries without charge to UConn faculty, staff and currently enrolled students to support academic research.

The library has a dedicated study area on the first floor to the memory of Dr. Estelle F. Feinstein, renowned Stamford historian and history professor at UConn from 1957-1989. Our library learning commons also houses the computer lab, the Writing/Q Center, our Thomson-Reuters Corporation E-classroom, and a historic WPA Mural entitled “School Activities (James Daugherty).”

Library support is available from our staff through consultations, instructional sessions, and online chat.

 


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