The Texas A&M University Library system includes the Sterling C. Evans Library, the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, the West Campus Library, the Policy Sciences and Economics Library, and the Medical Sciences Library.
The general academic library is the Sterling C. Evans Library. The bulk of the library collections and services are located in or near the Evans facility. Among these collections and services are the following: access services, interlibrary loan services, consolidated reference services, current periodicals and course reserves, reading and study rooms, the map room, the general collections, and the Administrative Offices.
Adjacent to it is the Library Annex, a six-floor library addition that houses United States and Texas State documents, Educational Media Services, and numerous reading and study rooms, as well as collection management, systems, and other operations offices.
The West Campus Library houses collections and services supporting teaching and research in business.
The Medical Sciences Library, also located on the West campus, supports teaching and research in human and veterinary medicine, agriculture and life sciences. It is located adjacent to the Reynolds Medical Building.
The Policy Sciences and Economics Library is located at the George Bush Presidential Library Center and supports teaching and research in government and public service, presidential and leadership studies, as well as economics.
Current university library holdings include 3.3 million volumes, 5.4 million microform units, approximately 221,431 maps, over 21,000 linear feet of archival and manuscript collections, over 100,000 photographs, art collections, numerous artifacts, and material in virtually all forms of audiovisual media.