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The Mantua Regional Campus Library is part of the University Library System and therefore makes reference to the Service Charter.


  • consultation on Campus accessible to all
  • home loans reserved for Politecnico di Milano and affiliated users
  • external interlibrary loans
  • intra-University interlibrary loans (send an email to
  • document delivery
  • direct and on-line reference
  • computer workstations for internet browsing, consultation of the catalogue, electronic resources of the University and graduation theses in electronic format
  • wi-fi coverage for Politecnico di Milano users.

Further details on library services can be found on the website University Library System.

In the campus Library is also possible to consult some cartographic series Military Geographical Institute series 1880-1970. Hours service from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 1 pm


The contents of the Mantua Regional Campus Library currently include:

  • over 12000 monographs, placed on open shelves (rooms 2-3) according to the Dewey Decimal Classification. The main subject areas addressed are history of architecture, urban planning, landscape, science and technology, restoration and engineering and texts recommended in exam bibliographies can also be found. A fairly large section is devoted to the Mantua area. Many monographs are in foreign languages . The library contents are also constantly enriched thanks to the suggestions of students and professors and purchase of the most interesting and recent publications in the field of architecture
  • 50 journals subscribed to placed on open shelves in the reading room, room 1 and room 3
  • over 1700 graduation theses in Architecture, Architectural Science and Architecture and Building Construction

Study areas

The library has 3 rooms:

  • room 1 (reading/journals): seats 20 and is dedicated to the consultation of theses and individual study
  • room 2: contains the monographs of the MN section (from 000 to 720.99)
  • room 3: contains the monographs of the MN section (from 721 to 999) and seats 51; group study is allowed

Method of submission of graduation documents

Bachelor of Science graduation theses, discussed at the Mantua Regional Campus, must be submitted in digital format only to the Campus Library, within the deadline that will be communicated for each session on the Campus notice page. A hard copy is no longer required for the Tedoc. The digital copy will be stored only in the Mantua Regional Campus library.The instructions for preparing the digital document are available in the document: Bachelor of Science - Digital document

Master of Science graduation candidates are required to comply with the procedures for submission of the thesis in electronic format posted on the website