When you need or prefer to work remotely, there are many ways the Libraries can provide you with expert help and services. Be sure to check the Libraries’ website for the latest information about our hours and services.
Discover@UMSL is an easy-to-use, fast library search engine that helps you discover information from scholarly journals, books, and other items in the collections of the UMSL Libraries. Search results link to online articles and books as well as the print holdings of the library.
Repository for the various digital collections of the UMSL Libraries, which includes circulating and reference works held by the Thomas Jefferson Library; records from the University Archives and other campus departments; and archival materials from the collections of the St. Louis Mercantile Library, the oldest library west of the Mississippi River.
The Mercantile Library itself is home to the St. Louis Mercantile Library Art Museum, as well as two large special collections libraries: the Herman T. Pott National Inland Waterways Library and the John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library.
We can deliver scans of book chapters and journal articles from the UMSL Libraries collection and from other libraries. This service is available to current UMSL students, faculty, and staff only. Remote users:...
Remote users: Please choose in your “User Information” the status of Distance Ed. If you include a due date and your request is not found before that date, we will not continue to attempt to fulfill your request.