Orientation Hours (August 11-August 16)
Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Semester Hours start on Sunday, August 17.
Have a Question? Contact Us!
You can call us at (941) 359-7587 or click here to send us an email.
Q: Where is the Library located on campus?
A: The Library is located on the north side of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, on the west side of Scott Plaza. Designated parking for visitors is on the south side of the boulevard in the Selby Gallery parking area. Please see the campus map for a detailed view of the campus.
Q: What is the Library's web address?
Q: Do you employ students in the Library?
A: Yes, we count on the contributions of student workers in library operations. Openings for student positions are listed with the Center for Career Services (CCS). A student applying for a library position begins by filling out an application in the Center for Career Services.
Q: I would like to donate materials to the Library. What should I do?
A: Thank you very much for your interesting in donating to our Library. Please see our Donating to the Library page for more details.
Q: I saw that Ringling College is building a new Library. Where can I find more information about the new Library?
A: For more information about the new Library at Ringling College, please see the New Library Planning page off the Library's main page.
Q: Are food and drink permitted in the Library?
A: Covered and capped drinks are permitted in the Library, but food is limited to special events.
Q: Are cellphones permitted in the Library?
A: Texting is permitted; otherwise, please set your cell phone to silent and when you receive a call, please take it outside.
Q: Does the Library proctor tests?
A: We're sorry, but the Library is unable to serve as a proctor for tests.
For other types of questions, please select from the following list:
Ringling College Library Assocation
Ringling College Library Association, established in 1975, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the on-going development of Verman Kimbrough Memorial Library at Ringling College of Art and Design, and acts as a catalyst for the educational growth of students, faculty and community.
- Town Hall Lecture Series (2015)