Skip to content

For updates about COVID-19 at Clark, please visit the Healthy Clark Dashboard.

Discovery at Clark Libraries

What would you like to do?

student talking to someone

Meet with a
Librarian

We’re here to answer your questions. Schedule a virtual one-on-one session with a librarian or make an in-person appointment with University Archives.

Schedule Meeting

Books on shelves

Access Your Library Account

Log into your library account to see all the titles you currently have checked out, renew an item, or place a hold on an item — anywhere, anytime!

Log In

students on goddard library room

Reserve a
Room

Study rooms and spaces are available for individual use for participation in online classes. Due to social distancing, occupancy is limited to one person.

Reserve Now

goddard library wall

Request Library
Materials

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Request materials from our branch libraries, through Interlibrary Loan, or recall an item that’s checked out. Request purchases and subscriptions and place materials on reserve.

Submit Request

archival photo of clark

Archives and Special Collections

Archives and Special Collections houses rare books, manuscripts, University records, historical photographs and ephemera, Clark theses and dissertations, and other materials.

Map of the world with pinpoints

Digital Commons

Digital Commons is a full text, multimedia, online depository that provides access to the diverse array of scholarly, professional, scientific, and creative output produced or housed at Clark University.

Updates


Lawrence Bolduc Named Access and Curricular Resources Librarian

Congratulations to Lawrence Bolduc who has recently been appointed Access and Curricular Resources Librarian.  Lawrence is a graduate of Clark University as well as Simmons University School of Library and Information Science and has most recently served as Goddard Library’s Reserves Coordinator. In this new role he is poised to lead efforts to enhance the library’s support for students and faculty in their use of course materials, through promotion of the use of library-subscribed content, open educational resources (OERs), as well as traditional course reserves. He will have oversight of space use in the building and will focus on making the library a place that is inspiring, accessible, safe, and welcoming for people with diverse identities and needs. Lawrence will also serve as the library’s primary contact for copyright issues as they relate to curricular resources.

Get Social with the Library

    Contact Information

    Robert H. Goddard Library

    Office Location