AACC is renovating and expanding the Andrew G. Truxal Library, one of the original buildings on campus. This long-awaited project will help us ensure that students and the community have access to the resources they need for academic, professional and personal success.
Please see our flyer for more information about the availability of library services during the move in August. PDF
Upon completion of the project you can look forward to a brighter library packed with high-tech features, a computer commons, private group-study areas, a lounge and more.
View floor plans for the renovated and expanded library:
Temporary Group Study Space
While the library's services are being moved into the renovated library, any open classroom can be used for individual or group study.
While the public computers are being moved into the renovated library in August, computers are available in the Computer Commons in Careers 264, open during these times:
- Monday - Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Friday - Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
- Sunday: Closed
Call 410-777-1364 for information about the Computer Commons.
Quiet Study Space
A number of study carrels that wouldn’t fit into the Temporary Library have been placed in other buildings around campus, to give students more places for quiet study. Most of them are located in alcoves or at the end of a hallway, so they are available whenever the building is open.
Quiet Study Carrel Locations
Careers 240 (the study lounge overlooking the Quad)
Careers - Near the 2nd floor vending area
Careers - 3rd floor near the Sarbanes Center (Room 314)
Humanities - “Zero” level, near Room 008
Florestano – Near Room 119
CALT - Near Room 101
CADE – 3rd floor, overlooking the art gallery