The collection is maintained by the Mathematics Library.
The Mathematics collection supports the teaching and research in the Department of Mathematics as well as mathematical research throughout the campus. The Mathematics Library holds over 64,000 volumes and 2,000 microforms. The Bookstacks has 9,200 volumes and the Rare Book and Special Collections Library 1,150 volumes. Mathematical materials can be found in almost every departmental library, but the other substantial collections are to be found in Engineering Library, Physics Library (mathematical physics), Biology Library (biomathematics), and Commerce Library (mathematical economics). The Mathematics collection is ranked as one of the best in the country and it contains the most comprehensive collection of Russian mathematical works as well as one of the finest journal collections in terms of length of run and international coverage.
Version Date: April, 2005