Data Dashboard

  • Library Visitors

    1,098,855
    July 2017 – June 2018
    We determine the number of library visitors using gate counts from our main entrance.
  • Total Website Sessions

    829,832
    July 2017 – June 2018
    This total for website sessions (or visits) includes over 2.6 million pageviews.
  • Archive & Manuscript Collections

    2,400
    as of July 11, 2018
    Special Collections & Archives features approximately 2,400 collections of archives and manuscripts (9,300 linear ft.) and 7.7 TB of electronic records.
  • Study Room Reservations

    14,475
    July 2017 – June 2018
    Not bad for 10 group study rooms! Reservations are limited to 2 hours per day per person and we’re open 24/5.
  • Reference Transactions

    5,223
    July 2017 – June 2018
    We tallied all questions asked at the reference desk as well as questions received directly by librarians. Number includes Special Collections & Archives transactions.
  • Students in Instruction Classes

    8,959
    July 2017 – June 2018
    For FY18, we taught 8,959 students in over 400 different instruction classes. Number includes Special Collections & Archives classes.
  • Item Checkouts

    51,177
    2017
    We counted each circulation transaction with a checkout date of 2017.
  • Books in Collection

    880,221
    as of September 23, 2018 at 2:15AM
    As of September 23, 2018 at 2:15AM, we had 880,221 print books in our catalog.
  • Ebooks Available

    894,645
    as of September 23, 2018 at 1:45AM
    As of September 23, 2018 at 1:45AM, we had 894,645 e-books in our catalog.
  • Average Daily Searches

    1,003
    July 2017 – June 2018
    We gathered usage statistics from our different search tools, including the homepage searchbox and the library catalog, to determine average daily searches.
  • Items Digitized

    11,979
    2017 – 2018
    We digitize materials from Special Collections & Archives, including photographs, biographical files, and more.
  • Social Media Network

    8,871
    as of July 9, 2018
    We love to build community, whether in the library or on social media. Our social media network includes friends and followers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and more.