Location, Maps, and Sound Zones

The Library is situated on the 4th and 5th floors of Centennial Hall. The most common access point is through the South entrance of Centennial Hall near the security booth. Take the escalators up to the 4th floor and follow the signs that point to the Library. 

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Library Maps

Service points and most collaborative areas are located on the 4th floor; the majority of books and quiet areas are on the 5th floor. Staff are happy to help you navigate the space - just ask!

4th Floor (PDF - Download)

5th Floor (PDF - Download)

Sound Zones

The 5th floor is divided into three noise zones to ensure students can find a study environment that suits their needs. Want to study amongst friends?  The area at the top of the spiral stairs is our Collaborative Zone and will be perfect for you. Are you the type that doesn't’t mind a little background buzz? The Quiet Zone is a whispers-only individual study space. Need absolute silence? Venture deeper into the Library to find our Silent Zone. Use the link below to download a map of the 5th floor sound zones:

Sound Zones (PNG - View/Download)

Accessible Quiet Spaces

Centennial Hall was built in 1972 and hosts a number of accessibility and wayfinding challenges. To help provide equitable quiet space, we have a devoted Accessible Quiet Study Room available on the 4th floor. View our Accessibility pages for more information about what to expect and how to get assistance.

Campus Maps

For more information about campus layout, accessibility, and parking, visit the University's Campus Maps page. The Library is located within Centennial Hall, which is labeled "C" on the campus map documents.