Al and Ruth Kopolow (Business) Library

Interior Kopolow Business Library

Library visitors are responsible for being abreast of and adhering to the university’s visitor guidance and protocols available on the WashU Together: COVID-19 Response, including self-screening with the visitor screening tool.

See our article on the Expanded Operations Plans for Fall 2021 and the Library Hours page for more information. Reach out to the Business Library by phone at (314) 935-6963 or via email (bschoolcirc@wumail.wustl.edu) with any questions. Faculty can direct questions to CFU-LIBResearch@email.wustl.edu.

Visit our Remote Resources and Guidance page for details about how to access our extensive remote services and additional digital content available during this time. Visit our COVID-19 Updates and Resources page for further details.

The Al and Ruth Kopolow (Business) Library supports the business information needs of those in the Business School and the general university community. When possible, we also assist individuals and business patrons outside of the university.

Over the past two decades, the business library has evolved from a collection of print books and journals into a database-oriented research and service center. The bulk of our information resides in over 55 databases that cover the full range of business information including articles, financial data, market research reports, stock analysis, corporate filings, etc. The library has online directories of private firms, public corporations, hedge funds, private equity firms, M&A data, and more. Some of our most heavily used databases include Bloomberg, Business Source Complete, Factiva, MarketLine, ThomsonOne, Morningstar, IBISWorld, and others.

Check out our Research Guides for business research on companies, industries, international, and finance.

Business Databases

Access hundreds of databases offered through the University Libraries. Browse business journal articles and ebooks.

Circulation Policies

Washington University students, faculty, staff, and courtesy borrowers with current ID may borrow books. A current Washington University ID or courtesy card is required.

Study Rooms

Information on what study spaces are available in limited capacities for use during COVID-19.

Faculty Services & Resources

The staff of the Business Library are ready to help you in person (on the second floor of Simon Hall) or online. The library staff can provide classroom support, research support, and additional services like citation searches.

Faculty Course Reserves Request

Want to place a book on reserve for your class? Need assistance setting up an electronic reserve in Ares? Learn more about placing items on reserve.

Recommend a Purchase

If there is a book or item you think should be added to our collections, fill out our Recommend a Purchase form. Your request will be routed to the appropriate subject librarian for review.

The Bloomberg Lab

The Kopolow Business Library hosts a Bloomberg Lab where students, faculty, and staff can explore and analyze real-time financial market data on Bloomberg terminals.

Our Staff

The Kopolow Business Library staff is available to assist with research, citation, access, or classroom support needs. Please reach out with questions by phone at (314) 935-6963 or via email to bschoolcirc@wumail.wustl.edu. Faculty are encouraged to direct questions to CFU-LIBResearch@email.wustl.edu.

  • Contact

    Department
    Kopolow Business Library
    Name
    Ellen Riney
    Job Title
    Business Library Assistant
    Phone Number
    (314) 935-4914

Directions to the Kopolow Business Library

Kopolow Business Library
Simon Hall, Second Floor
St. Louis, MO 63130
Phone: (314) 935-6963
Email: bschoolcirc@wumail.wustl.edu