Science and Engineering Library

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Main level of the Science and Engineering Library. Additional study space and stacks are located on the upper level

The Science & Engineering Library is the newest library on campus, having opened in 2011 in the Northwest Corner Building. The library primarily focuses on research support in natural sciences and engineering. It's not to be confused with the Monell Engineering Library in Mudd.

The library is known as being a great study space, as it has individual desks with flatscreen monitors, powerful computers with multiple monitors, copious outlets, WiFi and ethernet jacks readily available. The library is considered "a library for the 21st century" because it houses very few books. One floor down in the Northwest Corner Building is popular cafe Joe the Art of Coffee, although only spill proof drinks are allowed in.

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