Notice: Access to Special Collections material, the Reading Room, and Instruction will temporarily be suspended starting on Aug.12, 2024 as the collection will be moved from the basement to 3 East. Normal operations are anticipated to resume late in the semester. Read more for current updates.
Notice: Access to Special Collections material, the Reading Room, and Instruction will temporarily be suspended starting on Aug.12, 2024 as the collection will be moved from the basement to 3 East. Normal operations are anticipated to resume late in the semester. Read more for current updates.
Notice: Maintenance affecting the library catalog will occur on July 26-29. The catalog will be available except for newly added e-resources, which will not appear until after the maintenance is completed and the backlog of changes can be delivered - possibly 10 days. In addition, renewals and changes to circulation status will not be visible in the EDS interface during this time.
Notice: Maintenance affecting the library catalog will occur on July 26-29. The catalog will be available except for newly added e-resources, which will not appear until after the maintenance is completed and the backlog of changes can be delivered - possibly 10 days. In addition, renewals and changes to circulation status will not be visible in the EDS interface during this time.
Notice: Due to ongoing construction, 4 East is currently closed to the public.  To obtain items located on 4 East, please place an online request for the item to be paged for you using the ‘Place Request’ button in the catalog. Please visit our Circulation FAQ page for assistance in using our catalog.
Notice: Due to ongoing construction, 4 East is currently closed to the public.  To obtain items located on 4 East, please place an online request for the item to be paged for you using the ‘Place Request’ button in the catalog. Please visit our Circulation FAQ page for assistance in using our catalog.

News Articles

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Red Ceader River with boats

MSU librarian gives depth to Red Cedar River in new online exhibit

July 11, 2023

Elise Jajuga

The Red Cedar River and MSU share a historical bond, with the iconic river playing a huge role in the founding and growth of the State Agricultural School known as MSU today. A new online exhibit by MSU Libraries Science Coordinator and Environmental Sciences Librarian Eric Tans provides an in-depth look at the unique relationship between the river and the university.

Neil Romanosky

Neil Romanosky recommended as dean of MSU Libraries

June 28, 2023

Elise Jajuga

Neil Romanosky has been recommended as dean of Michigan State University Libraries by MSU Interim Provost Thomas Jeitschko. His appointment is set to begin on Sept. 11, pending approval by the MSU Board of Trustees during its Sept. 8 meeting.

EAST LANSING, Mich., June 2023 – A new exhibit commemorating the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Beal Botanical Garden is now on display at the Michigan State University Libraries Main Gallery through September 7, 2023.   The exhibit Beal Botanical Garden Sesquicentennial: 150 Years of Research and Accomplishments celebrates the history of the oldest continuously operated university garden in the United States, located on the banks of the Red Cedar River at MSU. A bountiful collection of materials on di

Beal Botanical Garden exhibit at MSU Libraries celebrates 150 years of growth on campus and beyond

June 22, 2023

Elise Jajuga

EAST LANSING, Mich., June 2023 – A new exhibit commemorating the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Beal Botanical Garden is now on display at the Michigan State University Libraries Main Gallery through September 7, 2023.

Spring 2023 Insight: The Newsletter of MSU Libraries

Spring 2023 Insight: The Newsletter for MSU Libraries

June 15, 2023

Elise Jajuga

Our Spring 2023 issue of Insight is now available! Read stories about faculty and staff initiatives to create healing at the MSU Libraries; buying trips and other essential librarian travel; the Thomas Volkening Seed Library, the MSU Press’ American Indian Studies Series; new acquisitions within University Archives & Historical Collections and more!