The Merrill-Cazier Library is the intellectual center of Utah State University. As both a physical and virtual destination, we create collaborative, engaging environments for learning and scholarship. Learn more about the Library's strategic mission.
The USU Libraries provide access to almost 2 million print books and journals, 7,600,000 e-books (including over 7 million in the HathiTrust Digital Library), 480,000 government publications, and over 60,000 electronic journals. The USU Special Collections and Archives contain rare book and manuscript collections, western and Mormon historical documents, the university archive of USU, and the Fife Folklore Archives, one of the largest repositories of American folklore in the United States. Many rare items have been digitized and are available online in the Libraries' Digital History Collections and Online Exhibits.
In addition to the Merrill-Cazier Library, services are provided at the USU Eastern and USU Blanding campus libraries, the Anne Carroll Moore Library of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School (children’s books), the Young Education Technology Center (curriculum and teacher preparatory materials), the Intermountain Herbarium, the Quinney Natural Resources Library in the Quinney College of Natural Resources.
The USU Libraries are a member of the Utah Academic Library Consortium (UALC) and Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA). For more information, read our accreditation information.