Armstrong Science Library
The Armstrong Science Library, named for James I. and Carol Aymar Armstrong, is located in McCardell Bicentennial Hall. It provides curriculum and research support in the fields of biology, chemistry and biochemistry, computer science, environmental studies, geography, geology, physics, and psychology.
Please note that access to Armstrong and McCardell Bicentennial Hall (MBH) is limited to students taking courses from departments housed in MBH.
Armstrong Science Library Group Study Rooms
For use by reservation only when the library is open. If you have not reserved a room and you arrive to find the room is vacant, you may use the room until the next reservation begins. In that case, you should immediately reserve the room so that it is clear to others that it is in use.
This group study room is on the main floor of Armstrong Science library, and is equipped with a whiteboard.