The nearest parking to the Thompson Library is the Pavilion Parking Deck and requires a permit. The entrance is located at 300 Harrison St, Flint, MI 48502. Parking on the 2nd level has plenty of disability spaces available and provides easy access to the skywalk that connects directly to the library.
Students, faculty, and staff: Contact DPS to get or renew your permit
Visitors: Please email us to request a one-day Visitor Parking Permit
If the Pavillion Parking Deck is closed, additional parking and disability spaces are available in Harrison Street Parking Lot T. More information about campus parking
Off-campus parking is available on Harrison St and around downtown. The closest parking lot is the Flat Lot, for a fee. The entrance to the Flat Lot is at 125 E Kearsley St, Flint, MI 48502
For questions or accommodations, contact us.
A valid MCard is required to enter the building after 6 p.m. weekdays and on Sundays.
The entrance to the library is through the glass doors on the third floor of the library building. Staff at the circulation desk will be available to answer any questions!
ITS workstations are available in the library for use. You can also bring your own devices and connect to wifi, or check out a laptop to use for a few hours.
Guests are welcome to bring their own device and connect to the MGuest wifi network.
Thompson Library does not have any public computers at this time. Public computers and printing is available at the Flint Public Library, just down the street. Hours, address, and more information is available at their website.
Visiting researchers who need to use our databases can make arrangements to use a computer. Please email us to set up an appointment.
The GHCC is the archive for the University of Michigan-Flint. It is located on the second floor of the Frances Willson Thompson Library. Visit any time during the GHCC open hours, or make an appointment. You can also check out the digital archives.