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Campus Library

The award-winning Campus Library was built in 2004, designed to incorporate leading-edge technology while maintaining the comfort of a traditional library. Students enjoy 73,000-square-feet of total learning space over four floors, including the Dixon-Alger Fireside Reading Room with a two-storey glass wall that overlooks the Polonsky Commons.

The library features:

  • Individual and collaborative learning spaces;
  • A reading room and fireplace;
  • 160,000-volume book capacity;
  • 160 computer workstations;
  • Wired and wireless environments; and
  • Features to assist students with visual and learning disabilities.
Library Entrance
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