Center Library

The Ethics Library and Resource Center was established in 1994 in partnership with Pitts Theological Library, to further teaching and research in ethics throughout the university.

Currently the center houses almost 300 texts and fifty periodicals across the ethical disciplines, including bioethics, business, environmental, health care, and feminist ethics. The library's media resources include video and audiotapes of ethics lectures, faculty forums, public policy forums, and selected other media on current ethical issues.


8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Monday–Friday


Borrowing Regulations

All circulating materials at the Library and Resource Center are available for loan to Emory faculty, staff, and students. Please fill out a "borrower card" and leave it with staff.


  • Books: 14-day loan
  • Videotapes: 7-day loan
  • Periodicals/journals: reference only (no loans)
  • Overdue materials: $0.25 per day