The Krannert Memorial Library was completely renovated in 2015 to create a 21st-century active learning environment with collaborative space for research, scholarship and engagement. UIndy's Library is a campus destination with access to knowledgeable librarians, excellent information resources and a variety of educational technologies. The Library is open to everyone and we welcome members of the community and outside researchers.
The collections of the Krannert Memorial Library and the University Archives and Special Collections, which includes the Indianapolis Mayoral Archives, support the teaching and learning mission of the University. The Library is open to everyone and we welcome members of the community and outside researchers.
The Library features a variety of spaces for individual study or collaborative work, including group study rooms, reading rooms for quiet study and unique seating arrangements, including UIndy's famous egg chairs.
UIndy's library has more than 100 databases with access to millions of articles, e-books and streaming video, along with nearly 160,000 volumes of books and periodicals and 7,000 AV items. Our collections provide students and other patrons with the resources they need to do research at all levels.