The University libraries offer graduate student information resources and services to support the teaching, learning, and research needs of students and faculty. The Library System includes the Otto G. Richter Library and its four branches: Architecture, Business, Math and Music. There are three independent libraries: Medical, Marine and Law.

As the largest library in the system, the Otto G. Richter Library houses collections to serve all disciplines in arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. It is a designated depository for federal and state government publications. It offers services including research assistance, circulation, inter-library loan and document delivery as well as library classes on electronic resources, research skills, and information literacy and management.

You may use the library with your Cane Card or access it on line at


UPrint is a new UM service available to students at the Coral Gables campus.
UPrint provides several services, including:

    • • Printing in black and white
    • • Printing in color
    • • Copying in black and white
    • • Copying in color
    • • Scanning with Global Scan (this service is free and allows students to scan any document and send it via e-mail)

Graduate students may print and copy for free (100-page limit per student) at the GSA office located on 5606 Merrick Drive in suite 21-T. To contact the GSA, e-mail or call (305) 284-6750.