Design and development of new 9451-sf Library including reading room, conference rooms, technology center, stacks and help desk.
The Thomas Library is no longer just a location to collect and organize print resources. The new Kenneth and Eva Green Library has become the central hub on campus for learning culture. While it still houses traditional print materials, its role has expanded into a dynamic environment for learning with both formal and informal uses. This includes quiet private spaces for study and contemplation arranged with comfortable lounge furniture, open areas with large tables geared towards informal discussion and collaboration, and finally a primary resource for services such as tutoring, computer literacy and research.