Parlett L. Moore Library, named for Coppin's second president, Parlett Longworth Moore, supports the instructional program and provides an environment conducive to general intellectual enrichment and continued learning. The library provides space for classrooms, computer classrooms, meetings, visual exhibits, special programs and receptions, and offices. The library has over 40 public workstations to allow access to the Internet and various other networked resources.
Parlett L. Moore Library is a member of the Library Information Management System (LIMS) of the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI), a collaborative effort that permits state higher education institutions to share resources. LIMS provides a USMAI union on-line public access catalog that contains more than 1,400,000 titles.
Moore Library holds 5 floors, 2 computer labs for student use, 2 smart classrooms, 5 collaboration rooms, the Parren J. Mitchell Conference Room, and the Cab Calloway Traditional African Art Gallery. The Eagle Achievement Center is also housed on library's 4th floor.