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The Library

The Edward Neisser Library is on the second floor of Erikson Institute on the northeast end of the building. Please visit us to work, study, or have a change in scenery.

Individual or Group Study Rooms:

Do you need a quiet space to study or work? We have 3 study rooms available to students, faculty, and staff!

Rooms 215 and 217: These rooms face the Clark Street (east) side of the building and are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Sign-up sheets are posted on each door. 

Room 218:

This room is available in advance by booking online AND by walk-up. Please note that we cannot guarantee the room will be available for walk-up appointments. Bookings are available in 2hr slots and can be extended by rebooking. Please check the sign-in sheet to make sure it is available for walk-ups.

library book displays
library entrance
students in study room 215
student looking through library stacks
meescan machine
puzzle on a table
library computers in a row
librarian at the circulation desk
librarian speaking to a student
students reading at couches

Computing and Technology Resources

Computing Resources available for use in the Library:

  • 21 PC desktop computers
  • 1 Mac desktop computer

Computing and Technology Resources available for Checkout for 7 days:

  • 3-in-1 portable charger  
  • Apple MacBook chargers  
  • Cell Phone Chargers (Apple & Android) 
  • Cutlery Set
  • Eyelighters  
  • Flatware   
  • Headphones  
  • Headphones with microphones 
  • HP PC Laptop  
  • iPad   
  • Microsoft Surface Tablet   
  • MacBook laptop
  • Orange Peeler   
  • LCD Projector  
  • Projector Screen
  • Panasonic Portable CD/DVD Player  
  • Sony Stereo Digital Voice Recorder  
  • Thumb/flash drives  
  • Universal PC laptop chargers  
  • USB-C to USB Adapter