A great library does more than allow exploration – it inspires a journey. It’s a steward of lessons learned, an incubator for intellectual growth and a liaison to the larger world.
The Albert S. Cook Library provides Towson University students with the resources they need as they travel their own road of discovery: from a broad and deep collection to an engaged and approachable staff, all connected with state-of-the-art information technology. The general collection includes more than 600,000 books, 150,000 e-books, 1,200 print journal titles, and much more. The Library’s Special Collections and the University Archives include rare books, Babylonian clay tablets, and the largest Judaica book collection in the southeast.
Opportunities to support Cook Library abound. For information on naming opportunities or to schedule a tour, please contact the university development office toll free at 1-866-301-3375 or firstname.lastname@example.org.