In the Loop
A $3.1 million renovation of the John Peace Library on the Main Campus is bringing one of the university’s oldest buildings straight into the 21st century. The project includes an Information Commons for computing and research, 125 new computer stations, new furniture and group study rooms, and the expansion of Special Collections. A new Digital Media Lab will provide technology for creating and editing multimedia works. Finally, the integration of the Teaching and Learning Center, the Writing Center and some units of the Tomás Rivera Center for Student Success will give students a one-stop shop for learning assistance.