- Books and bound periodical volumes 831,492 (446,709 print books and bound journals, 384,783 ebooks)
- CD, DVD, and other media titles: 19,086
- Electronic journal titles 55,589
- Shared titles available through the Maryland Interlibrary Consortium 1,085,106
- How many people visit the library in an average year: 131,155
Books featuring the words of Sophocles, Shakespeare, and Faulkner are found in the library's 100,000 square feet. Visitors to its stacks can find a history of the Shang dynasty or the latest analysis of the subprime mortgage industry collapse. Highlights of the exceptional Loyola/Notre Dame library include:
- more than 50,000 digital journals documenting the latest research on a vast array of topics
- the expertise of librarians eager to share their insights on research strategies with curious students—and more than a few faculty members
- online access to many of the library's growing collection of resources
- rotating exhibits, and
- lectures and performances.
What's more, the Loyola/Notre Dame Library welcomes visits from alumni as well as members of the general public, faculty, staff, and students. The library is a valuable asset to the greater Baltimore community, especially our neighbors along the York Road corridor.