There are many libraries on the Baylor campus. Each library has a different focus and different collection of materials.

Central Libraries (Moody and Jones)

Moody front
Main entrance to Moody Library

The "Central Libraries" are composed of Moody Memorial Library and Jesse H. Jones Library, which are connected by a corridor on the first and second floors. Together they make up the main library facility on campus. They contain the main collection of books, scholarly journals and other periodicalsPeriodical: a publication issued more than once, generally at regular stated intervals of less than a year. This category includes magazines, journals and newsletters., newspapers and government documents. In Moody Library, you can also find:

Crouch Fine Arts Library (3rd floor of Moody)

Crouch Library study areas

The Crouch Fine Arts Library (CFAL) houses the music and visual arts collections as well as audio and video collections for the central libraries. Recognized as one of the most distinguished music libraries in the Southwest, the CFAL boasts a collection of approximately 50,000 audio and video recordings; 75,000 music scores; and 50,000 books on the arts.