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Martha S. Grafton Library

Student Workers: Getting Started

About Grafton Library

  • Named for former dean of the college, Martha Stackhouse Grafton

  • Built in 1967; interior updated in 1999; Center for Student Success opened in 2017

  • Grafton Library has approximately 90,000 volumes in the collection, almost 850,000 e-books and provides access to over 80,000 e-journals through online databases.

  • The circulating collection is on the main (second) and mezzanine (third) floors. 

  • The collection is accessed by an online catalog system called GLDYS, Grafton Library Discovery Service.


Library Mission:
The Martha S. Grafton Library of Mary Baldwin University fosters student success, scholarly research, and academic excellence by providing diverse information resources, learner-centered services and experiences, and welcoming, technology-enhanced spaces that facilitate lifelong learning, collaboration, and innovation.

Inclusivity Pledge: 
We, the community of Mary Baldwin University, strive to celebrate humanity in all its wondrous and complex variations. Because we value diversity, it is our mission to sustain a community where all may flourish. We are safe to embrace our shared experiences and our differences. To this end, we treat all with respect and compassion.



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