Library programs and services are organized around three overarching programs:
- Knowledge – Advance Access to and Enable the Development of Knowledge.
Provide a sustainable service for knowledge access, creation, and management; serve as a national leader for innovation in emerging modes of scholarly content development, management and delivery.
- Learning – Advance the Development of Information Literacy as a Skill for Life-Long Learning.
Deliver services that promote active engagement with scholarly resources, advance research, and the acquisition of information literacy skills; serve as a model for the integration of the curriculum and information fluency.
- Discourse – Sustain and Nurture a Community of Learners through Support of Positive Discourse.
Serve as an agent and place for advancing positive discourse; promote knowledge and learning as a core societal asset; demonstrate the use of open access to information as a key attribute of global citizenship in a democratic society; serve as a model for expanding interaction between the university and the broader community at large.