Engineering Library Closing
The Engineering Library is scheduled to close permanently on Friday, December 18th, 2015. Any changes and progress will be posted here.
Since this is an ongoing project, there will be times when the Engineering Library is noisy. Alternatively, quiet study and group study spaces are available in the Main, Math, and Business Libraries.
Beginning Fall Semester 2015, Engineering Course Reserves will be housed in and checked out from the Main Library Reserves (the Circulation Desk on the 1st floor).
Many Engineering books and the current issues of the print journals have been moved to the Main Library. Low-use materials will be moved to our Remote Storage facility. Daily runs to Remote Storage allow prompt retrieval of materials. Please see the library catalog for locations and availability.
The Engineering Library opened in 1963 and was named for a benefactor, Benjamin H. Anibal. The library moved to its present location, 1515 Engineering Building in 1989.
The collection supports the research and training needs of the College of Engineering. Some older material is housed in an off-campus storage facility. Unbound issues of the journals are arranged alphabetically by title. Bound issues receive a call number and are shelved with the regular book collection.