Fogelson Library FAQ

1. Over the summer, the entire library was repurposed. The main level was transformed into an area of group study spaces for student use.

“This is their library and it will only contribute to their own success,” says Margaret Van Dyk, Fogelson Library director. “The goal is to become an academic commons.”

2. There are four librarians in Fogelson who provide reference and access services to students. There are also writing tutors available, and occasional workshops held by career services. The library itself houses an impressive film and music collection, all offered in multiple formats. To support these materials, Fogelson also boasts a movie-viewing room and study rooms complete with turntables.

3. Aside from the Fogelson Gallery, the doors of the library are also opening to departmental events. In the beginning of October, the Contemporary Music Program is hosting an evening of music, in an effort to transform the space and allow students to make it their own.

You can visit the Fogelson Library online or in person Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.