Marston Science Library
About the Marston Science Library
The Marston Science Library is located in the center of the university’s campus, and is adjacent to such campus landmarks as Turlington Hall, the University Auditorium and Century Tower. It is administered by the university’s George A. Smathers Libraries system. The Marston Science Library hosts the university’s extensive collections in agriculture, biological sciences, chemical and physical sciences, engineering, mathematics and statistics, as well as the Map and Imagery Library and the Government Documents Department. In 2014, the ground (first) floor went through extensive remodeling, becoming the Collaboration Commons.
The collaboration commons includes thousands of power outlets, dozens of study rooms, and nearly a hundred workstations for student, faculty and staff usage. The floor is staffed by one or two technology consultants, who are happy to assist users.
Library’s AT Technology
- 1st Floor Collaboration Commons
- 2nd - 5th Floors
- 72 – Intel i7 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM: CD R/RW DVD +/-R, 24” Wide screen 1080p Monitors, 500GB Hybrid Drives, USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed)
- 6 – 27″ iMac, 2.9GHz Intel i5, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, 4 USB 3.0, 2 Thunderbolt, SDXC Card reader