David W. Mullins Library

About the Building

Mullins Library is the main library facility on campus, where the majority of the University Libraries' central offices, study space, and collections are available.

Built in 1968, Mullins replaced Vol Walker Hall as the main University Library. Read more about the history of Mullins Library. We are now engaged in a major renovation that looks back to the building's midcentury roots while looking forward to new technologies and services.

The following services and programs are located in Mullins:


Major collections for chemistry, physics, and law are located outside of Mullins in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Library, the Physics Library and Young Law Library, respectively.

The Library Annex houses lesser-used collections in a state-of-the-art environment. Materials are delivered from the Library Annex several times a day. Read more about requesting materials from the Library Annex.