The George P. Vanier and R. Howard Webster libraries provide information resources and services that are fundamental to learning and the pursuit of knowledge.
You can help create the conditions for talented students to succeed by supporting our libraries.
Our libraries feature more than books. They are the foundation of academic life and a modern keystone to big thinking.
The first in Quebec to provide students with 24-hour service throughout the academic year, Concordia Libraries offer spaces conducive to intensive study and research — for students working individually or in groups.
More than 46,000 students subsidize these extra hours, yet new sources of support are always welcome to give libraries an edge.
Our facilities are currently undergoing major upgrades to give students the modern amenities they require. Join us in transforming Concordia Libraries for the benefit of students today. And tomorrow
Mordecai Richler Reading Room
Inspiring a new generation of writers by opening the Mordecai Richler Reading Room, Concordia has created a hub that will inspire creative writers, spark fresh ideas among students and foster original research from scholars.
Visible 24/7 through glass walls, the gathering place will host literary readings, master classes, cultural gatherings and short writing residencies.
See the brand new space, which opened November 28, 2013.