We started in a single room in the Vice Chancellor’s house in 1960. We’ve since grown to become one of Australia’s leading academic libraries. Learn more about us.
With seven branches across Victoria, we have the top resources for you. From opening hours to technology, find out more about each of our libraries.
Books, journals, newspapers, music and more. Explore our physical and online collections – home to more than four million items.
Boost your research and study skills. Check out our range of programs and online resources, you can even meet with a librarian or learning skills advisor.
Unsure what to do with your research data? Discover best practice in planning, managing, sharing and securely storing your data.
From study spaces and technology, to borrowing books and printing, check out our services and facilities.
Alumni and all visitors are welcome to use any of our libraries. Find out what’s available to you.
Changing the way we learn, study and research.
We encourage and inspire independent minds. Giving you the tools to study and research – like over four million items to choose from.
Update yourself on the latest academic research around the world. Explore our comprehensive collections – whatever your field, we have the top resources for you.
Students need higher-order skills for their future career success. We work with academic staff to include research and learning skills in curricula.
What makes our service great? Helping you find, analyse, use and manage knowledge – fast.
In 1960 we started in a room in the Vice-Chancellor’s house. Today we’re the
bedrock of learning, teaching and research at Monash.
Today’s scholars demand libraries that meet changing styles. Which tells you why we design our libraries to inspire you to achieve your goals.
Making data easier to find and re-use is what we do. Giving you tools you need for 21st century research.
Phone numbers, emails, and addresses for Library services and key staff.
Why does the Library matter? Our plans, reports and thoughts on the present and
he future of libraries and higher education.