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Library Employee Directory

Faculty & Staff A-Z list, and by department

Calendar / Hours

Library hours & closures

Giving to the Library

How to make a donation, guidelines

FAQ's : Frequently Asked Questions

Browse or search our knowledge base of commonly asked questions

Meeting Notices

Public notice of upcoming library meetings

Office of the Library Dean

Budget, planning & assessment, policies, data management

Policies

Library & FGCU policies

Public Record Requests

FGCU's Office of General Counsel FAQ's & Forms

Collections Snapshot

As of June 30, 2017

Fast Facts

  • The library has over 1.5 million items, including books, journals, newspapers, DVDs, CDs, musical scores, microforms, e-books and e-journals.
  • There are over 400 online research databases, providing access to over 70 million full-text articles from the best academic journals in the world.
  • You have free access to over 1 million streaming music titles and 100,000 streaming videos.
  • The library website is awesome! Find everything you need there.
  • You can text, call or email the library for help.
  • Looking for a place to study? Reserve a study room!
  • If you are a first year student, you have your very own librarian at FGCU! The First Year Librarian, Heather Snapp, even holds office hours and training sessions in the residence halls.
  • The east wing of the library includes a 115-seat computer lab and Help Desk, group study rooms, a MAC lab, and a specialty software lab.
  • The main book collection is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors.
  • The 4th floor has classrooms and faculty offices, as well as offices for the Service Learning Program.
  • Library West houses the reference help desk; films and music; a comfortable newspaper, magazine and journal reading area; additional group study rooms, and video-viewing areas.