The Carnegie Library is located in the Carnegie Building on the Quad. Subject areas covered include: biology, chemistry, engineering and computer science, library and information science, nutrition science and dietetics, public health, physics and astronomy, photography, technical arts, pure and applied mathematics, probability and statistics, mathematics education, and military and naval sciences.
The Carnegie Library building is located on the south side of the Quad.
Course reserve textbooks, TI graphing calculators, Mac and PC laptops for loan, geometry kits, and math-education curriculum materials.
The library is wireless and offers a silent reading room. A computer cluster in Room 208 includes 16 workstations with touch-screen displays and a combination copier/scanner/printer.
Carnegie has collections in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering & Computer Science, Library and Information Science, Mathematical Sciences, Nutrition Science & Dietetics, Public Health, and Physics & Astronomy, Photography, and Technical Arts and Crafts.
Need help finding library materials?
Contact these librarians to make a consultation appointment or visit their subject guides.