ONLY Hollins students and approved faculty and staff are permitted within any building on the Hollins campus in the spring.
This means no outside visitors or guests may enter campus facilities.

Services for Alumnae/i


Alumnae/i will now have access to JSTOR and Project MUSE, two of the library’s largest online collections of journals. We are happy to provide our alumnae/i with this service and hope they will take advantage of it.

Class of 2022 and onward will not have access to their Hollins accounts unless they request it with [form is coming soon].

Bachelor degree recipients from the class of 2014-2021 can use their same username/password for seamless access after graduation.

Class of 2013 or earlier, plus all master’s degree recipients, must contact the alumnae office ( or 800-TINKER1) for log-in information. Please note that it may take up to two weeks to receive your log-in information.

Borrowing Materials

The library welcomes all alumnae/i to use the books, periodicals and government information collections within the library. A library card (free to alums) is required to check out materials for use outside the building. You can register for your card at the library’s first floor Circulation desk; more information on loan periods and policies.

Get Help With Using the Library

Our librarians are ready to help you with quick questions or more extensive consultations. Contact us for assistance:

Alumnae/i Materials in the Library

Hollins Authors: faculty, alumni, and alumnae publications are located in the Hollins Room, 3rd Floor.
Hollins Manuscripts: our manuscript collections include literary and personal papers of faculty, alumni, alumnae, and other individuals.

Per our policy for donations, the library welcomes gifts of materials published by our faculty and alumnae/i. For all such donations to the Hollins Archives please contact University Librarian, Luke Vilelle at 540-362-6232 or

Last updated: March 21, 2022 at 13:29 pm