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The Art & Architecture Stacks house one of the most comprehensive art library collections in the Mountain West region.
The Asian Studies Stacks hold approximately 92,000 volumes of scholarly material in Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
The CYAC is a small teaching and browsing collection of up to 5,000 materials that support the School of Education, as well as children and young adults in the CU and wider communities.
Our Government Information Library is a regional library of the Federal Depository Library Program as well as a depository of Colorado, United Nations and European Union information.
Norlin Commons provides access to technology, IT support, writing help, coffee and collaborative work spaces.
The Norlin Stacks, located on the east side of Norlin Library’s 3rd floor, includes thousands of books representing content from fields within the Social Sciences, Life Sciences and Humanities.
A small, ever-changing collection of leisurely reading items that includes fiction, nonfiction, biographies, and young adult items.
The Preservation unit supports the Libraries by providing preservation and conservation services for all physical collections.
Special Collections, Archives & Preservation have an interdisciplinary selection of rare books, original photographic prints, artists' books and archival collections for use in teaching and research.
The Norlin Research Collection provides basic and in-depth information sources, which cover fields in the Social Sciences, Life Sciences and Humanities.
The Science Stacks includes biological, medical and chemical sciences as well as collections in psychology, general science, the philosophy and history of science, and museum studies.
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