E.S. Farley Library houses more than books. You'll find computer labs, group study rooms, the University Archives, and Writing Center.
A research guide for distance learners is available for Wilkes University students. This guide is intended to help you navigate online library resources and get full-text access to eBooks and online journal articles. Online library resources are available to Wilkes students who are unable to be on campus. You will need your Wilkes login (username and password for D2L, Wilkes e-mail, and Wilkes portal) to remotely access online library materials.
Learn about library services targeted specifically to students, including research help, assistance from librarians and research guides. Access our Circulation Department, review how to check out books, DVDs and technology or gain insight on how to manage your library account and services available inside the Farley Library building; including computer labs, study rooms, and the Alden Learning Commons.Learn More
Learn more about the Eugene S. Farley Library, built in 1968, and named in honor of the first President of Wilkes University. One of the largest resource libraries in the region, the E.S. Farley Library is located on the corner of South Franklin and South Streets.
As a peer mentoring-based academic support resource, the Wilkes Writing Center is the central location and delivery agency for the Writing Mentor Program. It is staffed by undergraduate peer consultants and a graduate assistant.trained to assist all writers at Wilkes.