About the Libraries

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Our Libraries and Collections

The library system of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, includes the David W. Mullins Library, the main research facility on campus, and four branch libraries:

Offering more than 3.7 million volumes, more than 232,000 journals and e-journals, and 2,000 manuscript collections, the Libraries provide research resources for disciplines from Accounting to Zoology, including:

Browse our full list of library and collections list.

Locations and Directions

Our People and Services

Our Programs

Our Values

The mission of the University of Arkansas Libraries is to provide access to information that will support and foster creativity, study, teaching, and research.

Vision Statement

The vision of the University Libraries is to be the vibrant and diverse intellectual center of campus in concert with the University’s emergence as a nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world.

Value Statement

The University Libraries value

  • Intellectual freedom
  • An individual’s right to privacy
  • Service that is efficient, innovative, reliable, and available to all
  • Diversity in personnel, programs, and collections

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*Statistics note: figures are for most part for the preceding fiscal or calendar year. OER number is cumulative. Contact us (libweb@uark.edu) or visit our annual reports page (https://libraries.uark.edu/annualreport/) if you have questions about library statistics.