Answered By: Reference Desk
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2014     Views: 24

Hutchins Library has three floors.  The first floor, which some call our "basement," holds Periodicals, Children's Books, and the Microfilm and Microfiche machines. The second floor is where the Circulation and Reference Desk can be found, along with DVD's, CD's, current periodicals, public use computers, and the Reference Section.  The third floor of the library contains circulating materials such as Fiction and Non-Fiction books.

Study Rooms:  There are study rooms on all three floors of the library. Rooms 108, 109, 122 and 125 are on the first floor of the library.  Rooms 228 and 229 are on the main floor.  Rooms 301, 302, and 316-321 are all located on the third floor of the library.

Classrooms: Classes are sometimes held in rooms 106 and 107, on the first floor of the library.

Bathrooms:  Bathrooms are located on the first floor near the Periodicals, as well as on the Third Floor near the student study rooms.

 

For help navigating the library or an elevator key, please ask a staff member for assitance.