The Daley Library on the UIC campus houses a substantial collection of books and periodicals in ancient languages and literatures, linguistics, ancient history, philosophy, art and archaeology. In addition, students and faculty may borrow books from the library at the Urbana-Champaign campus, which possesses one of the finest classical collections in the country.
Room 1806 of University Hall, where the departmental library is shelved, serves as a study center for students and a meeting place for seminars. The visual data-bases are accessed through Perseus. The texts stored on CD-ROM may be searched for word or character strings by means of Pandora.