Noted as the academic heart of campus, Manchester Library & Learning Center is a vibrant and welcoming space on campus for thoughtful collaboration, connection and learning.
From silent and group study spaces, to stacks of books and periodicals, from the Media Lab to the historical archives, students are surrounded by materials to brace their learning goals, needs and interests. Information Literacy Instruction
The library staff provides curriculum support to the faculty and students, to help develop critical thinkers who use sources ethically and responsibly and to support lifelong love of learning and reading. The Building
Filled with a robust print and digital collection, the facility is a blend of tradition and technology, including four group study rooms with 50-inch monitors for digital projects, individual study carrels, a writing center and a media lab.
The building has 22,000 square feet on three levels. The main level is The Huntington Library Collection, which includes the reference and history sections. The atrium level comprises both fiction and nonfiction, and the upper level hosts silent study areas and The Learning Center.
With laptops, device chargers and wireless access both inside the building and on the neighboring Larmour Lawn & Plaza, information is not tied to a single location or piece of equipment.