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M.D. Anderson Library
Millions of resources and references.
The University of Houston's main library, the M.D. Anderson Library, offers access to millions of books and an endless array of tools and resources for students, faculty and visitors.
Located in the heart of campus, the M.D. Anderson Library has a substantial book collection with special attention to science, engineering, education, psychology and business topics. Also, the library has extensive holdings of newspapers, journals and other publications, both print editions and back issues on microfilm.
Through UH libraries, students and faculty have access to more than 260 research databases. Many of these databases are available off campus to students, faculty and staff, and students also can access M.D. Anderson Library databases from the Massad Family Library Research Center and Hospitality Industry Archives at Hilton College. In addition, the spacious, 527,000-square-foot M.D. Anderson Library has 2,600 study spaces for quiet study and collaborative work, as well as 350 computer workstations.
All of UH's campus libraries and collections also participate in cooperative programs that allow visitors to borrow items from more than 130 libraries statewide. With these resources at their fingertips, Hilton College students, faculty and visiting scholars have access to a wealth of information on hospitality topics. And, the Hospitality Industry Archives at Hilton College contribute to the M.D. Anderson Library's digital collection, which includes 19th century menus.
The library's website also has a hotel and restaurant management research guide online for students, faculty and staff.