As of Monday July 6th, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library is open by appointment only to Emory graduate students and faculty who have registered to return to campus. (Clearance will be verified by library staff prior to approving the appointment.) Entrance requires Emory card swipe access into the library.
Appointment hours are available between Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 7 pm. Users are limited to only one appointment per day for any of the following activities:
|Activity||Maximum Duration||Advance Booking||Maximum Days in Advance|
|Open Study Space*||2 hours||24 hours||7|
|Printing||1 hour||24 hours||7|
|Scanning||1 hour||24 hours||7|
|Specialized Software Lab||2 hours||24 hours||7|
*Study rooms are not available at this time.
Appointments must be booked online at https://emory-hsc.libcal.com
Non-Emory members of the public are not allowed on campus at this time. Please consult the Return to Campus plan for updates.
For further assistance with appointments, please contact Ask a Librarian or call our Information Desk at 404-727-8727.
We are providing virtual reference and research services, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 6pm. Please contact Ask a Librarian with any questions related to research or instruction support. All queries will be routed to the appropriate person. You may also reach out to individual informationists to schedule a consultation via Zoom.
For other WHSC Library staff please see our library directory.
Historical Collections currently provides remote research services to facilitate access to the collection (staff will examine or scan materials on your behalf). Beginning August 19, 2020, Historical Collections will be available for research by appointment only on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10am to 4pm.
To schedule an appointment or for any other queries, please contact Historical Collections staff via email at email@example.com.
For more information on Emory's safety plan, click here.
We are offering our library-sponsored workshops via Zoom. Please refer to our .
To request library instruction to support a specific class or assignment, please send a message to
Current Emory students, faculty and staff may request electronic delivery of book chapters and journal articles from the Emory Libraries collection. Requests in compliance with fair use guidelines will be scanned and delivered as pdf files via your ILLiad library account.
Library stacks are closed, however physical items may be requested for contact-free pick up. To request an item, please follow these steps:
Due dates for materials currently on loan from any Emory library have been extended through September 1, 2020. All fines and late fees incurred between March 11th and September 1st will be waived.
Please email email Ask a Librarian for further assistance.