The university’s libraries play an essential role in furthering Virginia Tech’s mission as a global land-grant university by providing a diversity of resources to produce, disseminate, use, share, and sustain data and information.
The libraries offer everything from technology-rich spaces, exhibits, and collections to services for managing research data and scholarship. Our libraries also assist students and faculty in publishing scholarly works and offer consulting on a wide array of learning, research, and creative activities.
Beyond the books and journals in the stacks, Virginia Tech libraries feature a variety of collections to explore. From our physical artifacts in Special Collections to our robust digital collection, there is something for everyone.
Our collection includes:
- Primary Civil War documents in Special Collections
- Women in Art + Architecture collection
- More than 1 million e-books
- More than 6,800 DVDs
- Thousands of 16 mm films
- Bestselling books, including recently published fiction and non-fiction