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This guide contains information about accessing Vassar College Libraries' online resources. These resources are available to patrons both on- and off-campus.
For the most current information about the availability of library services, including details about what to expect for the spring semester, please visit library.vassar.edu/spring21.
Connect from off-campus
If you're off campus, you will need to access Vassar's databases and online resources through the proxy server.
Access e-resources and digital collections
Databases list: Search by database name, subject area, database type (news, journal articles, etc.), or keyword.
Vassar students, faculty, and staff have access to 600+ online databases, including JSTOR, Web of Science, Historical Abstracts, and many others that contain articles, primary sources, streaming video or audio, and more.
How to find ebooks: Students, faculty, and staff also have access to a vast collection of ebooks across all subject areas.
Digital Library: Access digitized materials selected from Vassar's Archives & Special Collections.
Use the Center for Research Libraries print and digital collections. Our membership gives us access to over 4.5 million print publications and over 1 million digital publications. CRL has also pioneered OpenAccess initiatives for newspapers around the world.