Library Spaces Project
Phase One Summary
August 26, 2019
The library wishes to thank its users for their patience over the summer. MSU Library has completed Phase One of the Library Spaces Project by moving part of the collection and creating new study space in MSU Library.
The library now offers increased diversified seating. Collections have been moved from the second floor where users may now find more individual and collaborative study areas.
Below is the breakdown of library collections and their locations within the library. For further details, please visit the library's Floor and Location Guide found here: http://www.lib.montana.edu/locations/index.html.
- Books A-L
AP’s - General Interest Magazines
ML to MT - Music
N – Visual Arts
NB to NZ – Art
PN – Drama & Film
TR – Photography
TT – Arts & Crafts
- Bobcat Browse
- Audio visual materials
- No collections
- This floor is entirely study space with increased seating and power availability for groups and individual study.
- Books M-Z
- Quiet study areas
- Quiet Study Areas
- Juvenile collection
- Oversize collection
- Government document oversize collection
These items are listed in CatSearch with the prefix location of “Library Annex”. Users may request a hold online or by visiting the library service desk. Materials will be retrieved and made available for pick up at the service desk.
- Government documents
- Periodicals (Except those in Renne Library basement)
For additional information contact:
Montana State University Library