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Brown School Library

Location: Brown Hall, 3rd Floor
Serving the research and teaching needs of the Brown School community in social work, public health, and social policy.

Temporary Disruption to MOBIUS Service

There will be a temporary suspension of services on the MOBIUS online library catalog, which allows users to request items from Missouri libraries outside Washington University. This is due to an upcoming migration of MOBIUS to a new operating and software system. MOBIUS borrowing and lending services on campus will halt on April 18, 2024, and the service is slated to be restored in midsummer.

Visit the University Libraries website for additional information.

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What is the Brown School Library?

The Brown School Library (BSL) is a full-service library that includes access to an extensive collection to meet the needs of students, faculty and staff across our public health, social policy, and social work programs. Library staff provide a full range of services to support the academic and research success of the school community. The BSL works in cooperation with the University Libraries to provide access to materials housed in all of the libraries on the Danforth and Medical School Campus, as well as through partnerships worldwide. See our Borrowing Privileges page for more information.

In-Person Services available include:

  • Reading Room and access to print materials
  • Help Desk (checking materials in and out, asking questions, etc.)
  • Print Course Reserves and DVD's
  • In-Classroom librarian instruction
  • Book Drops