The ENS Paris-Saclay libraries contribute to the School' teaching and research activities. A library and documentation committee meets at least once a year to advise upon library policy.
Four libraries on campus
The main library is made up of two "integrated" libraries:
• The central library: intended to serve the needs of all students and academic staff at ENS Paris-Saclay.
• The Durkheim library: open to all, serves first and foremost the needs of doctoral students and academic staff in the social sciences.
The library works closely with two independent laboratory libraries, know as "associated" libraries:
• The library of the CMLA (Centre for Mathematics and their Applications)
• The D'Alembert Institute library (multidisciplinary research federation).
The central library is located on the lower ground floor of the D'Alembert building, in the Hall Villon.
Open from Monday to Saturday.
The Durkheim library is located in the Laplace building, third floor, at the end of the corridor.
Open from Monday to Friday.
Monday: 10h00 - 21h45
Tuesday: 9h30 - 21h45
Wednesday: 9h30 - 21h45
Thursday: 9h30 - 21h45
Friday: 9h30 - 18h00
Saturday: 9h30 - 18h00
Monday: 14h00 - 17h30
Tuesday: 14h00 - 17h30
Wednesday: 9h30 - 12h30
Thursday: 14h00 - 17h30
Friday: 14h00 - 17h00