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Libraries

Resources to Help You Excel
As one of the nation’s leading research universities, Case Western Reserve encourages exploration of unfamiliar subjects, investigation of long-held assumptions and searches for new answers. Our network of libraries supports our community members in their scholarly journeys—offering texts, technology, and ample spaces to study.
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Kelvin Smith Library

The center of Case Western Reserve’s network is Kelvin Smith Library. Located at the heart of campus, Kelvin Smith Library is home to resources such as the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship, Special Collections, and the Kulas Music Collection—not to mention Cramelot Cafe and the Writing Center.

Contact Information:
Main Service Desk: 216.368.3506
11055 Euclid Ave. | Locate Kelvin Smith Library

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The Judge Ben C. Green Law Library

With more than 700 electronic services and extensive archives of law student and faculty works, the Ben C. Green Law Library has ample resources for nearly any legal inquiry—and it’s a federal depository library, meaning it holds original documents of the U.S. government.

Contact Information:
Circulation Desk: 216.368.2792
Reference Desk: 216.368.5206
11075 East Blvd. | Locate the Law Library

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Lillian & Milford Harris Library

All you ever wanted to know about social work and nonprofit education can be found under one roof inside the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. Founded in 1916, the Mandel School’s Lillian & Milford Harris Library is the oldest social work library in the United States—and one of only a few to be administered by a social work school.

Contact Information:
Circulation Desk: 216.368.2302
11235 Bellflower Road | Locate the Harris Library

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Cleveland Health Sciences Library

The Cleveland Health Sciences Library serves the faculty, staff and students at Case Western Reserve University’s dental, medical and nursing schools in their needs for education and research information. The library operates in two locations: the main branch in Allen Memorial Medical Library and the ancillary branch at the Health Education Campus.

Contact Information:
Email: chslibrary@case.edu
Chat with Library Staff (Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.)

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Allen Memorial Medical Library

The Allen Memorial Medical Library serves as the center of operations for the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, located in the Allen Memorial Library Building on the corner of Adelbert Road and Euclid Avenue. Here, you can find expansive collections and service areas and connect with library staff.

Contact Information:
Circulation Desk: 216.368.3643 11000 Euclid Ave. | Locate the Allen Memorial Medical Library

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Health Education Campus Library

The Health Education Campus Library supports dental, medical, and nursing education at the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion. A branch of the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, it houses the course reserves for classes taught at the Health Education Campus and provides reference and collaborative services on site.

Contact Information:
Circulation Desk: 216.368.3218
Email: chslref@case.edu
9501 Euclid Ave. | Locate the Health Education Campus Library