Opened in December of 1950, Gleeson Library has seen multiple expansions, all of which have allowed it to house 90 staff members and some 13,000 volumes per year. Students come here to start their research, request an interlibrary loan, or find a quiet place to study.
The dramatic glass-enclosed Monihan Atrium provides 5,000 square feet of open space for quiet study or contemplation.
The Geschke Learning Resource Center opened in September 1997 and provides an additional 36,000 square feet of space for the Library's growing collections.
View all of the services available at Gleeson Library:
- Academic Support Services
- Book Stacks (call numbers A - G)
- Dissertations and Theses
- Quiet Study Areas