Sapienza Library System
The Sapienza Library System preserves, develops, and manages the bibliographic collections owned by the libraries and guarantees the access to the electronic resources, in order to support research, teaching and administrative functions and needs. The Library System aims to ensure high standards of efficiency and efficacy in planning and managing the services offered by the library network, even periodically monitoring the stakeholders’ satisfaction.
Through a portal, the Library System offers a tool for searching both the catalogue and the Sapienza Discovery. You may also download the BiblioSapienza app to search the catalogue and borrow books.
Sapienza offers 51 distinct libraries that function cooperatively to provide centralised on-line services, including a catalogue, electronic resources, information services and document exchange. The collections include ca. 2,600,000 modern and ancient books, periodicals, databases, electronic and multimedia resources.
All information concerning libraries and free services are listed on the portal (see link window).
24H Reading Rooms
Sapienza has three 24-hour study rooms that can be accessed around the clock, any day of the week, including holidays. Access is reserved to regularly enrolled Sapienza students. The reading rooms can be accessed via the student card that can be requested on the Infostud Platform.