Saint John Campus 

The UNB Saint John campus library is housed in the Hans W. Klohn Commons. The library provides access to a wealth of scholarly research materials in both print and electronic formats, including more than 130,000 print books, 700,000 ebooks, and 30,000 electronic journals. These can be accessed through the UNB Libraries catalogue and more than 100 research databases available on the UNB Libraries’ website found at

Through the library’s Inter-Library Loan program, students at UNB Saint John have access to more than 1 million books from the libraries on the UNB Fredericton campus and, through the Document Delivery program, can request materials from other libraries throughout the world.

Students can also borrow course reserves as well as laptops, cameras, cables, and other IT equipment at the Library Services Desk.

The library has a team of librarians and staff that are happy to help students learn how to use the library’s resources to find the materials they need. Students are encouraged to contact librarians directly or to ask at the Library Services Desk for help.

The Commons is home to a number of other important services as well, including those offered at the Student Technology Centre, the Writing Centre, and the Math and Science Help Centre.

Students will also find more than 40 desktop computers, a cafe, and quiet and collaborative study spaces throughout the Commons as well as nine group study rooms that can be booked online.