The UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, T.N. Savides Library is named after the campus' first Dean, Ted Savides. It was opened with the rest of the original campus in 1968.

Our library contains over 30,000 books, 74 periodical subscriptions, and over 3,700 DVDs and CDs. We also subscribe to three daily newspapers and four weeklies. Our library catalog can be accessed from any computer and provides an instant link to the holdings of our library as well as the libraries of the other 13 UW Colleges campuses and the 13 four-year universities.

The UW Colleges Libraries also subscribe to many electronic resources and databases, most offer full-text articles. These databases are also available for students off-campus. Please talk to a librarian if you have any questions about using these resources.

Wondering how we can serve you? See our Services for Students, Services for BAAS Students, Services for Faculty/Staff, and Services for the Community pages for more information.

 Image of the library layout. The quiet zone is to the left of the entrance and the group study zones are to the right. There are computer workstations and printers available. Research help and accommodated proctoring are available.