Cremona Campus Library

General Information

41 Via Sesto - 26100 Cremona (Cremona Campus) - Map
Reading spaces: 16

Services for the public: 0372.567723 - 02.2399.7723
Fax: 0372.567701 - 02.2399.7701
Website:  apre un link esterno in una nuova finestraCremona Campus library

For information: Library, mezzanine floor


For notices and closures: check section = apre un link interno nella finestra correntenews

Opening Hours

Loans and Returns (first floor)
Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.45 pm


For more information about users and library services (loans, renewals, intra-university loans, inter-library loans, document delivery) visit the general section of the website

Please note that

  • books and journals are kept on closed shelves accessible only to library staff. To take a book out on loan, the reader must identify the inventory number and location of the volume and provide it to library staff,
  • registered lecturers, researchers, PhD students, scholarship holders and degree students may borrow books and magazines.
    Returns must be made at the library (ground floor).
  • each user may request up to 5 books on loan at the same time, for 4 weeks
  • periodicals, dissertations, dictionaries and handbooks are excluded from loan
  • theses may only be read onsite, in the Loans Room
  • onsite reading is also allowed to users from other universities or external organisations, who must present a formal request on letterhead paper from their institution and a valid identity document.

From workstations in the tutoring room you can access Politecnico websites, catalogues and subscribed eletronic resources (electronic journals, databases, e-books ...)

For more detailed information on the services consult the apre un link esterno in una nuova finestralibrary website

Description of the library's archives

The library aims to provide bibliographic support to researchers and students registered in the degree programmes offered in the Cremona Campus: Engineering Management and Information Technology.
The Library has multiple copies of all textbooks used and recommended for degree programmes in the faculty, as well as dictionaries, encyclopedias and specialised manuals for in-depth study.

The collection includes:

  • more than 4000 monographs
  • more than 480 graduate theses

You can find all books and journals available in the library searching the online catalogue or using the discovery tool SEARCH