Patricia McGannon Library
The Patricia Burke McGannon Library was built in 1964, when the original academic building, Carolyn Hall, was destroyed by fire. It was named in honor of the mother of a student whose family's contributions helped make the new facility possible.
In 2007, the Baron Family Media Room was dedicated. This library classroom includes 16 computers for student use, along with a Smartboard that was donated by the class of 2007. The Baron Room is also an approved TOEFL iBT (Testing of English as a Foreign Language Internet Based Test) center, which conveniently allows international students to take the exam on campus.
In addition to being an educational resource center, the Library is also a comfortable and inviting physical environment. Students come to the Library to study, to work together in groups, and to do research using print, audio/visual, and electronic resources. Students have a wide range of resources available to them to use to aid them in their classroom projects.