Literature supply for philosophy research
The Finnish EU Presidency
Reference desk: changed service hours
Our reference desk on the 1st floor is open from 9 to 16 from Monday to Friday. These service times apply until further notice.
75 years ago the Icelandic Jesuit priest and writer Jón Sveinsson - called "Nonni" - died in Cologne. In the biography "Father Jón Sveinsson" you can find out how the Icelander came to the Rhineland. Read more >>
Counter "Cash / Lost property"
From 01.10.2019 you can no longer pay cash at this counter. Cash payments are still possible at the cash machine on the ground floor.
New databases for the departments English Studies, American Studies & Economics
MARKET RESEARCH & AMERICAN BUSINESS, 1935 - 1965: This database is a source for American consumer history and the history of transnational marketing. It gives access to memoranda, reports, minutes of meetings, letters, account records, promotional materials and more!
J. WALTER THOMPSON - ADVERTISING AMERICA: The company archive of the international advertising agency J. Walther Thompson covers the entire 20th century with a focus on the period after 1945.
You can now use a database of music magazines from the middle of the 18th to the 19th century: RIPM Preservation Series: European & North American Music Periodicals. Read more about our new databases >>
Interested in other fields? An overview of all our databases & e-media can be found here >>
Have a quick look to check if there is still room for learning?
An app is now available for the reading rooms of the Department of Human Sciences and the Economics Library that displays the occupancy rate of workstations (in percent) in real time. Simply install the app and you'll always know whether it's worthwhile to visit these libraries.
In the next 11 months we will test this offer for you. The HWA and VWL libraries are the beginning, the USB will follow as soon as possible.
How do you find this app? Write us an e-mail >>
Our journal display has moved to the 2nd floor
A large part of the current issues of our print subscriptions has moved to reading room VII, 2nd floor. The issues are stored on the shelves according to filing numbers (e.g. P 0124).
In the coming weeks the newspapers and journals of the Rheinische Abteilung will also move.
For Students at the University of Cologne: Activate your UCCard as library card
Need a break? Break with time-out disc (Pausenscheibe)