The University of Cincinnati Libraries (UC Libraries) collectively have 3,715,957 volumes. They are the Langsam Library; the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library; the Archives & Rare Books Library; the UC Internet Business & Economics Library; the Ralph E. Oesper Chemistry-Biology Library; the John Miller Burnam Classical Library; the College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Albino Gorno Memorial Music Library; the CECH (College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services) Library; the Robert A. Deshon & Karl A. Schlachter Library for Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (also known as the DAAP Library); the CEAS (College of Engineering & Applied Science) Library; the Geology-Mathematics-Physics Library; the Law Library; the Blue Ash College Library; and the Clermont College Library.
The University of South Carolina Libraries collectively have 3,675,054, according to the ALA, but state they have 3,225,575 volumes, 3,923,532 microforms, 47,918 audio-visual materials, and 32,527 serials. The University Libraries are the Thomas Cooper Library, the South Carolina Library – Horseshoe, and the Newsfilm Library.
The Hollings Special Collections Library and the Map Library are in the Cooper Library. The Math Library is on the third floor of LeConte College.
The Business Library is on the second floor of the Moore School of Business building. The Library Annex is located near the South Carolina State Archives in State Park, South Carolina.
The Wayne State University (WSU) Library System has 4,029,593 volumes, far more than the 3,665,628 volumes listed by the ALA, which was based on 2008-2009 school year statistics. The WSU Library System has 3,901,235 microforms, 56,349 maps and other cartographic materials, 2,162,462 graphic pieces, 50,431 audio recordings, and 30,848 films and video recordings.
In the 2010-2011 school year the WSU Library System spent $866,993 to purchase 351,255 monographs (9,573 in print form and 341,682 in digital form). The total expenditures on library materials were $9,014,339.
The campus is in the Detroit Cultural Center. The WSU Library System consists of six libraries (“five major libraries”) and the WSU School of Library & Information Science.
The five libraries in the WSU Library System are David Adamany Undergraduate Library, the Oakland Center Library, the Purdy/Kresge Library, the Science & Engineering Library, the Shiffman Medical Library, and the Arthur Neef Law Library.
The Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor & Urban Affairs is an Associated Library. The non-manuscript holdings are 12,000 books and periodicals, a vertical file, published union convention proceedings and reports, labor union contracts, union constitutions, pamphlets, and labor education materials.
The University of Massachusetts – Amherst Libraries (also known as the UMass Amherst Libraries) collectively have 3,697,798 volumes at the end of the 2009-2010 school year, a few thousand more than the 3,654,181 volumes listed by the ALA, which was based on the 2008-2009 school year statistics UMass Amherst submitted to the Association of Research Libraries (ARL). The three libraries in Amherst are the W.E.B. Du Bois Library, the Science & Engineering Library, and the Music Reserve Lab.
On October 5, 1994, the Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts voted to name the main library at the Amherst campus in honor of W.E.B. Du Bois. The Du Bois Library houses Special Collections & University Archives.
The University of California – San Diego Libraries (UCSD Libraries) collectively have 3,651,393 volumes. They are the Arts Library, the Biomedical Library, the Mandeville Special Collections Library (MSCL), the Science & Engineering (S&E) Library, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) Library, and the Social Sciences & Humanities Library (SSHL). The SSHL looks like it would fit in well in a science fiction film.
The SIO Library closed to the public after June 29, 2012. Starting last month, July of 2012, the school began consolidation of the Scripps Library print collections into the Geisel Library. The newly named “Scripps Archives and Library Annex,” located on the 3rd floor of the Eckart building on the Scripps campus, will continue to provide access to Scripps special collections and archives by appointment, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.