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John S. Bailey Library is an attractive and modern environment for studying, conducting research or relaxing with peers.

The College’s library was designed in 1973 and dedicated in 1975. Two decades later, in 1995, work began on the expansion of the facility. The reconstructed building, almost twice the size of the original, was inaugurated in 1997. In 2008, the library was renamed in honor of John S. Bailey, the College’s 6th president, who served the college from 1975 to 2008.

The John S. Bailey Library is a member of the AMICAL Consortium , the American Library Association , OCLC , and the National Network of Academic and Scientific Libraries .

 

Resources Number
Books in print 118,700
Ebooks 420,000
Research databases 46
Journal titles in print & electronic format 38,000
Newspaper titles in print & electronic format 225
Facilities Number
Computer Stations 30
Seats 400
Study Rooms 18
Instruction Room  1
Activity Classroom

1 (divisible to 2)