Library staff will be unavailable on Monday, January 18, for Martin Luther King Jr Day. Online resources are accessible 24/7. See Find Online Sources
Library buildings are closed
while the College is closed.
See Library Services During Covid-19
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Librarians are available via Zoom
Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Use Ask Us to send a question and
we'll set up the virtual meeting.
Borrow, Renew, Return
Library services have been impacted by COVID-19. Contactless pickup and mailing services are now available. For details, see Library Services During COVID-19.
Local borrowers will receive complimentary extended service once privileges resume.
Smith College affiliates including alumnae and spouses, partners and dependents of Smith employees may use their Smith OneCard to borrow materials. High school students and auditors enrolled in a Smith course and Learning in Retirement students may stop by the Young Library Circulation desk to obtain a Smith Library card.
Area Residents of Hampshire, Hampden and Franklin Counties, 18 years or older, may purchase limited borrowing privileges from the Smith College Libraries.
A purchased library card is valid for borrowing circulating items from Young Library and the Five College Library Annex only; items cannot be borrowed from Hillyer Art or Josten Performing Arts libraries. See "Area Residents" under Loan Periods for more information about what can be borrowed, and for how long.
Onsite use of library materials and resources is available without purchasing a card at all Smith College Libraries including Hillyer and Josten.
Register for a library card in person at the Young Library Circulation Desk.