Together the Libraries contain more than 4.2 million volumes and provide round-the-clock access to a rich collection of electronic resources, including more than 154,000 print and e-journals, and more than 1.6 million e-books.

Dustbusters for a day: Volunteers go for clean sweep at George Peabody Library's annual day of service

Dustbusters for a day: Volunteers go for clean sweep at George Peabody Library's annual day of service

Volunteers go for clean sweep at George Peabody Library's annual day of service

At a Glance

Dean Winston Tabb

Dean Winston Tabb oversees library services in the five Sheridan Libraries, coordinates library services and directs two historic house museums.

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Champ & Debbie Sheridan

Sheridan Libraries is named after Champ and Debbie Sheridan, whose dedication and generosity transformed the libraries at Johns Hopkins University.

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Library Departments

The five Sheridan Libraries provide the major research library resources for Johns Hopkins University.

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Milton S. Eisenhower Library

The Milton S. Eisenhower Library is the university’s principal research library and the largest in the Sheridan Libraries network. The library opened in 1964 and is one of the most heavily used buildings on Homewood campus.

Milton S. Eisenhower Library
Students Walking Outside of Brody

Brody Learning Commons

The Brody Learning Commons connects to the Eisenhower Library and includes a large quiet reading room, 16 group study rooms, teaching and seminar rooms, and a café.

Brody Learning Commons

Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room

The Hutzler Reading Room (The HUT) in Gilman Hall features a high ceiling and 19 beautiful stained-glass windows illustrated with the marks of Renaissance printers.

Hutzler Reading Room

John Work Garrett Library

The Garrett Library is located in Evergreen Museum & Library and is home to nearly 30,000 rare books. The collection can be used by appointment

John Work Garrett Library

George Peabody Library

The George Peabody Library in Mount Vernon is a special collections library and contains more than 300,000 volumes. The collection is non-circulating, and the library is open to the public.

George Peabody Library