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FSU Libraries physical spaces will close beginning Thursday, March 19 at 5:00 p.m. until further notice. We will not be able to provide access to physical items in our Federal, United Nations, and State of Florida depository collections at this time. 

For more information on how to find resources online, please visit the FSU Libraries U.S. Government and United Nations research guides.

• U.S. Government Research Guide
• United Nations Research Guide

For U.S Government, United Nations, International entities, and State of Florida information on Covid-19, please visit:

 Florida County-specific information on Florida’s COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard
• Florida Department of Health Covid-19 Website
• OECD  Information and Data on impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
• United Nations Backgrounder: Novel Corona Virus
 U.S. Centers for Desease Control (CDC) Coronavirus Page
• U.S. Government Legislative, Presidential, and Regulatory Documents on COVID-19
 U.S. Government Response to the Coronavirus
 U.S. Homeland Security Digital Library Coronavirus Collection
• U.S. National Institutes of Health: Clinical trials for the Coronavirus
 U.S. National Institutes of Health resources on the Coronavirus
 WHO Coronavirus Disease Emergency Page

About us

Florida State University Libraries was designated as a Federal Depository Library by the US Congress in 1941. As a Federal Depository Library, we provide the public with free, equitable access to U.S. government publications. Since our designation as a Depository Library in 1941, our government documents collection has grown to more than 470,000 tangible documents, including ~340,000 microfilms, 135,000 bound volumes of congressional and agency publications, and 1,600 maps. Many more government publications are accessible through our electronic databases. In addition to being a Federal Depository Library, we are also a State of Florida Document Depository and a United Nations Document Depository Library.

All of these collections are freely available to students, faculty, and local and visiting members of the community. As a depository library we welcome visitors and researchers. Our collection is accessible all hours that Strozier is open, and a staff person will be there to help you.

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