RIT Libraries is home to Wallace
Library, the Cary Graphic Arts Collection and the RIT Archives,
offering diverse collections that meet the needs of the undergraduate
student as well as the researcher looking for rare manuscripts or
historical data on RIT.
Wallace Library offers a growing
collection of electronic books and journals available at your desktop
as well as traditional print, audio and film collections. You
will also find a leisure collection, featuring best-sellers and DVDs.
The Cary Graphics Arts Collection is a renowned collection on the
history and practice of printing and includes such special collections
as the Middleton Collection, one of the finest resources in the world
for the study of the bookbinding history and practice. The RIT Archives and the RIT Museum preserve the rich history of the Institute.
You can also explore special collections such as posters and artists' books, image collections and online exhibits. Peruse publications done by our own RIT community in RIT's Digital Media Library and RIT's Pub Central.
Discover the rich collections of RIT Libraries.