University of New Haven’s Academic Hub
Through the University of New Haven’s Peterson Library, you’ll have access to more than 400,000 books, digital/electronic resources, and U.S. government documents.
They are quiet places to study, work on group projects with your classmates, or use the many online resources and reference materials that enable you instant access to the latest findings of leading thinkers and researchers.
Even if you aren’t on campus, you have 24/7 online access to popular research databases, writing and subject guides, and our Ask a Librarian service.
Limitless Information at Your Fingertips
Search our many databases, access all the tools you need to conduct comprehensive research, or browse the many guides made specifically for the courses you are taking.
Digital Commons @ New Haven is an institutional repository designed to store, showcase and share works created by members of the University of New Haven community.
The Marvin K. Peterson Library at the University of New Haven has digitized and made available online a number of materials from the University Archives.
Learn how to take advantage of the vast knowledge available to you and the many resources that are in place to help you maximize your research and to find exactly what you are looking for.