The Baylor University Libraries support teaching, learning, and research at Baylor University, and consist of the Moody and Jones Libraries; Armstrong Browning Library; Arts & Special Collections Research Center; Institute for Oral History; Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society; Library and Academic Technology Services; W. R. Poage Legislative Library; and Texas Collection & University Archives with over 2.5 million volumes, significant holdings in e-journals, e-books, databases, and other digital content.
The Baylor University Libraries are committed to increasing diversity and recognizing, valuing, respecting, and empowering all members of our community. We actively challenge and respond to bias, harassment, and discrimination. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity to resources, services, and spaces for all persons. The library is a place where differences are welcomed, people are nurtured, all perspectives are heard, and every individual feels a sense of belonging.