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Introduction for Engineering Students: Library Spaces

Welcome!

Welcome to the Gemmill Engineering, Mathematics & Physics Library!  This guide will introduce you to our spaces, our librarians, and give you a chance to explore some of our resources.

This library is your library - the spaces and resources are here to help engineering students collaborate, create, and research.  Gemmill librarians are experts in helping engineering students with their information needs.

Gemmill Library Spaces

Gemmill Library hours may be updated throughout the semester, check current hours online.

The library has different spaces for you to study and work in:

Main level

  • Collaborative study - group tables, conversational volume
  • Help desk - ask questions, check out books, inquire about course reserves (textbooks)
  • Computer lab - same software as the Engineering Center

Lower level

Scroll through some of the images below for a peek at the library spaces!

The Gemmill Library

Gemmill Library Upper Level Group Study

The upper level of the Gemmill Library is set up for group work and conversation

Gemmill Library Computer Lab

The computer lab (on the upper level) has the same software found on computers in the Engineering Center

Gemmill Library Group Study Room

Four of our group study rooms can be reserved in advance, and three can be checked out on a first-come-first-serve basis. You can also check books out! Find group study rooms and our collection of books on the lower level of the library.

Gemmill Library Lower Level Quiet Study

Find a table, armchair, or carrel for quiet study on the lower level of the Gemmill Library

Gemmill Library Lower Level Quiet Study

Find a table, armchair, or carrel, for quiet study on the lower level of the Gemmill Library

Fall 2021: Libraries hours, service updates

All five campus libraries are now open. Read about open hours and other important service updates.

Ask A Gemmill Librarian

CEAS Fall Welcome Questions

  • Where can you go if you want to study alone? How about in a group?
  • Can you access special engineering programs on any of the computers?
  • Where can you go to find up-to-date hours for the Libraries?
  • How can you find out if your textbooks are available in the library?
  • What do you think people need to know about the spaces at the Gemmill Library?
  • How will you use what you learned about the spaces to support your study habits?
  • How can the library spaces have a positive impact on your life while at CU?