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The FAMU Libraries hold nearly 2 million volumes, over 155,000 e-books and e-journals, and 256,126 microforms which are readily accessible to users and are sufficient in scope to support both onsite and online programs.
At Florida A&M University, students, faculty, staff, and visitors can access our various libraries and facilities that are full of resources and rich history!
Learn MoreLocated on the ground floor of the Walter L. Smith Architecture Building, this library supports the curriculum of the School of Architecture & Engineering Technology.
Carnegie Library | Black Archives
Learn MoreThe Meek-Eaton Black Archives, Research Center, and Museum collects and preserves African American history and culture in the Southeastern United States to support research and public education.
Learn MoreOur main library bears the name of Samuel Harrison Coleman, who faithfully served for 14 years as President our National Alumni Association. The 88,964 square foot facility includes study rooms, a student study lounge, a Starbucks café, and more!
Learn MoreThis library is supported by both FAMU and FSU collections which collectively contain more than 4 million volumes, with more than 549,000 available as e-books.
Learn MoreOffers a core collection of books, periodicals, and audiovisual resources, that support the research and information needs of those in the areas of journalism, public relations, graphic design, photography, and more!
Science Research Library
Learn MoreServes the research and information needs of those in the fields of Pharmacy, Nursing, Health Science, Environmental Science, Physics, Computer Science, and other related disciplines.