The Grace Library collects and maintains a diverse collection of resources for the benefit of the Carlow community. We are dedicated to providing the support and resources necessary for students, faculty, and staff to achieve their goals, both academic and personal. Librarians are partners in teaching, learning, and research through the services we offer. Through our collaborative and contemplative spaces in the University Commons, students engage in research, learning, and knowledge creation. Discovering and accessing the library’s resources is made possible through the search feature on the library’s web site.
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Can the library get my textbooks for me? When are books due? Click here to find out answers to frequently asked questions.
Find out what's new at the library, including new databases, new resources, and staff announcements.
See detailed information regarding the library's circulation and billing policies.
All faculty-related information is provided here, including purchase requests, course reserves, research guides, and information literacy.
Find information about the archives of the International Poetry Forum and collections by authors and poets going back to 1967, as founded by Dr. Samuel John Hazo in 2002.
See the mission and vision statements for Grace Library.
Find contact information for library staff.