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University Libraries

Connect, discover, create. ե֭’s two libraries provide vital print, media, and digital resources and services and support the collaborative learning central to liberal arts study.

Libraries

Students collaborate at a work station in Case-Geyer Library

Case Library and Geyer Center for Information Technology

The five-story, 151,000-square-foot structure brings together the University’s print, media, and digital resources in an interactive, user-friendly facility. The collection includes approximately 818,000 print book/periodical volumes, nearly 880,000 e-books, and nearly 150,000 print and digital periodicals; maps, state and U.S. government documents, audio recordings, and 15,700 films.

Stacks of books and a table in George R. Cooley Science Library

George R. Cooley Science Library

Located in McGregory Hall, Cooley Science Library serves the natural sciences, mathematics, computer science, and psychology. It provides students with approximately 44,000 book volumes in the Library of Congress classifications of Science (Q) and Technology (T), print and digital journals, and study spaces, course reserves and personal research assistance.