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NOTE: Due to COVID-19, our building and the library is closed until further notice.

: Materials can be returned to us in a couple different ways. You can send them to us by mail or in our own library drop box - a white box at the east side of the University of Sudbury building (our "side entrance door" with stained glass above it, on the Manitou Rd hill and just across the street from Huntington).

: Note that our library is now offering curbside pickup at the University of Sudbury, to faculty members. Please send requests to Paul Laverdure (, the Registrar and Director of Library and Archives.

: Please communicate with Dr. Paul Laverdure for all further questions:

Photo showing the layout of the U of S Library, with various seating and studying areas, computer stations and some of the shelved resources  

Library Hours

The building and the library are closed in our current pandemic context. 
We can still be reached by email, and our working hours are:

Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


University of Sudbury
2nd floor - Room 213
705-673-5661 ext. 216

Books borrowed from the Library at the University of Sudbury must be returned to the Library at the University of Sudbury.  After hours, a drop box is available on Manitou Road at the east entrance of the University of Sudbury.

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University of Sudbury    

 Laurentian Campus

The University of Sudbury has collections specialized in the following subjects:
All patrons may make suggestions to improve the collection! 


  • Books, journals, DVDs, CDs, and newspapers
  • Access to computers, printers and wireless internet
  • Photocopies at $0.10/page
  • Projectors, screens, and other audiovisual equipment

*When using the library to do your research, you may want to copy information from certain resources.  Please consult the Copying Guidelines.

virtual Tour

The library can also be explored in this virtual tour! It can be seen in the tour navigation menu, on the 2nd floor.




Click below to hear the podcasts featuring Dr. Paul Laverdure, Director of the University of Sudbury library:



Paul Laverdure, Ph.D.

Patrick Picard
IT Technician

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