Anschutz Library is named in honor of Fred and Marian Anschutz, parents of Philip Anschutz, a 1961 business alumnus and entrepreneur in telecommunications, entertainment, and media companies, sports teams and arenas, railroads and real estate. He and his wife, Nancy, provided a gift of $6.5 million for an endowed library acquisitions fund.
1301 Hoch Auditoria Dr.
Lawrence, KS 66045
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Easily return your checked-out materials back to the library.
Grab a coffee or a snack to fuel your study sessions.
KU Libraries have information resources from a number of governmental, professional, and special interest organizations.
The KU IT Customer Service Center provides assistance with general technology questions or where to find additional help. Assistance with data, video, and phone services is also available.
The Thomas R. Smith Map Collection, located on the first floor of Anschutz Library, is among the largest academic map collections in the United States.
The use of these spaces requires tolerance of all faiths, spiritual beliefs, and practices. So that all enter these spaces with common expectations, here are guidelines to help ensure a peaceful and safe experience for all.
The lactation room is available to all members of the campus community and guests on campus. All of the clean and private rooms offer an electrical outlet, a locking door, as well as a chair and table.
Study rooms are available to support academic study and research.
Schedule an appointment to get individualized writing help.
Information on the new Makerspace in Anschutz Library.