The Will W. Alexander Library welcomes you as a patron! The overall mission of the
Will W. Alexander Library is to support the curricula of the University. The purpose
of this guide is to assist you in locating the various resources available for your
use. Library staff is available to provide assistance. It is our hope that you will
take maximum advantage of your library resources and privileges.
The mission of the Archives and Special Collections is to support the University in
all endeavors of producing a quality educational experience. As the repository for
primary documents and artifacts of enduring value to the University, we are to preserve
and protect all materials under the archives care and supervision. We are to provide
regulated and efficient access to materials for the University community and researchers.
What is LOUIS? A statewide library consortium originating in 1992 Two decades of collective
collaboration and cooperation among Louisiana’s academic libraries Voluntary participation
for the mutual benefit of all A staff of 7
Information Literacy Classes are designed for students to develop an understanding
of evaluating and effectively developing their library skills. These classes seek
to assist the student in organizing and researching information online as well as
in print form.
Thinking of attending Dillard University? Prospective students and families can navigate
the campus and learn about our unique programs and culture through self-guided tours.
Whether at home or on campus our interactive student guide will accompany you as you
explore our offerings through the use of the GPS-enabled campus map, student videos
You can click on the button below to get started.
Ms. Cynthia Charles, Director
504-816-4263 - Office
Mrs. Germaine Carey-Palmer, Reference & Information Literacy Librarian
504-816-4254 - Office