COVID-19 Libraries update

All libraries are CLOSED due to poor air quality. Online services are available.
For updates visit library.stanford.edu/alerts.

Access to campus libraries is limited. Please explore our online resources & services. We’re here, ask us!

Address 

Green Library 557 Escondido Mall Stanford, CA 94305-6064

Location 

We are located on the second floor of Green Library, Bing Wing.

Transit and Parking 

Marguerite line P runs closest to Green Library, stopping at the campus Oval. Parking regulations are enforced between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM on weekdays, excluding holidays. During those hours, there are a small number of metered parking spots (cash/credit, up to two hours) available on Lasuen Dr., behind the Littlefield Center. There are also pay-by-space parking spots (credit only, up to eight hours) available on Memorial Dr., just behind the Lathrop Library. Visitors may download the Parkmobile app (http://us.parkmobile.com/mobile-apps) for faster and more convenient visitor parking payment. Further information may be found at the Stanford Parking & Transportation Services website (https://transportation.stanford.edu/).

Accessibility 

Accessible to customers with limited mobility.

About 

The Special Collections and University Archives Department of Stanford University Libraries is committed to acquiring, preserving, and providing access to primary source materials that support the research needs of the Stanford community and beyond. There are three distinct divisions in our department: Manuscripts, Rare Books and University Archives. We welcome all students, scholars and members of the general public to the Field Reading Room. Learn more about using and accessing our collections.

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