Borrowing and Circulation
The University of Michigan Library has a 150 year history of collection building and sharing collections with the broader scholarly community. Over seven million volumes are included in the University Library system of distributed libraries on campus.
- The library collections are available for use on site to the University community and the public, including online resources such as databases
- Borrowing Privileges for the U-M Community, including faculty, staff and students as well as ancillary staff
- Borrowing Privileges for U-M Alumni and Guests, including faculty from universities and colleges in the state of Michigan
- Any individual in the U.S. may request that materials be borrowed from the U-M collection through his/her local library's interlibrary loan offices. Learn more about U-M Library document delivery services.
See general access policies related to use of library facilities.