The IUP Libraries advance Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s education and research mission by providing resources for its communities of successful scholars to explore, collaborate, and create knowledge in an inclusive and safe learning environment..
IUP Libraries consists of the Stapleton/Stabley building, the Orendorff Music Library, the Punxsutawney Regional Library, and the Northpointe Regional Library. IUP Libraries currently holds nearly 400,000 print books, 500,000 electronic books, a dedicated Children’s Collection, and thousands of print and electronic journals, newspapers, and magazines. The IUP Libraries employs 13 faculty librarians, 17 staff and administrators, and nearly 150 student workers.
The Stapleton/Stabley building, which serves as the central university library, houses the main book and periodical collections, technical and public services, special collections and archives, as well as media resources and services. Library collections, resources, and services are integrated across our multiple locations.
IUP Libraries is part of the Keystone Library Network and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
As part of IUP’s work to limit the spread of COVID-19, all physical facilities of the IUP Libraries are closed at this time. Information about virtual library services and student access to computers is available at IUP Libraries During Coronavirus.
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