Reed Library

Daniel A. Reed Library plays a vital role in the teaching and learning process at Fredonia by providing a wide array of materials, services, and spaces needed for collegiate study. 

Through Reed Library, thousands of books, millions of articles, and various media are available in electronic and print forms. Interlibrary Loan gives students and staff access to additional resources from around the world. 

Reference librarians provide assistance using these materials in a variety of ways including drop-in assistance at the Reference Desk, individual research appointments, email, phone, text, and a 24/7 virtual reference chat service. From the Library's website, subject-specific databases and research guides make scholarly exploration efficient and accessible from any location. 

Reed Library houses strong specialized collections in Music, the Holland Land Company, the Coalition on West Valley Nuclear Waste, saxophonist Sigurd Rascher, and author Stefan Zweig. The Library is also the site of exhibits, quiet and group study spaces, computers, copy machines, printers, and scanners. 

To learn more, please visit Reed Library in person, or online at, or call the Reference Desk at (716) 673-3222. We look forward to working with you.