Park Library Floor Plans
|Scanners||Located in the Quiet Area|
|Self Checkout - Quiet Area||These machines allow you to checkout books without making a stop at the checkout desk.|
Extended Hours Study and Student Gallery - Park 130
A study space that is open longer hours than the rest of the building, and features student and community artwork.
Clarke Historical Library - Park 131||
The Clarke Historical Library curates extensive collections of CMU history, Michigan history, children’s literature, and Native American materials. |
Quiet study area that includes group study rooms, a self-checkout kiosk, and color printer. |
Main Corridor ||
The main corridor on the first floor of the Park Library provides access to the Extended Hours Study, Java City, Auditorium, The Clarke Historical Library, IT Help Desk and Media Services, and the Park Library's Lobby. |
Java City ||
Java City offers assorted foods and beverages and is open during regular and extended hours. |
This 144-seat high-tech facility is designed for hosting presentations and conferences |
| Information Desk||At the Information Desk you can ask directions and receive general|
assistance in the library.
| Baber Room - Park 109||This room features art exhibits and study space|
| IT Help Desk - Park 101|
CMU’s main provider of technological support for students, faculty, and staff.
|Student Disability Services - Park 120||Student Disability Services provides services and assistance to enrolled students who are either permanently or temporarily disabled.|
Across the hall from the Research Help Desk. (Black/White)
Cash Printers/Copiers||Across the hall from the Research Help Desk. (Black/White and
|Scanners||Located outside of Copeland Suite across from the Research Help Desk.|
A computer system for patrons to access the Bloomberg professional service through which users can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data.
Located outside of Copeland Suite across from the Research Help Desk.|
|Government Documents||This collection includes government information available from federal, state, international, and foreign levels of government.|
|Checkout Desk||Where patrons can checkout keys for study rooms, borrow books, course reserve materials, media, laptops, chargers, and more. |
|Research Help Desk||Staff is available to help develop search strategies and provide assistance in finding and using research materials. Meet with a librarian for more in-depth research consultations. |
|Library Instruction Rooms - Park 207 and 209||Classes learn research skills and the effective use of the Libraries’ vast resources and services. |
|Scanner||Located south of the elevators.|
Individual Study Rooms||
Available for use by CMU faculty, staff, emeriti, and graduate students. See the Checkout Desk on 2nd floor for more information.|
|Test Proctoring Center - Park 321||Students in online classes may have their tests proctored here.|
Writing Center - Park 360
|Provides one-on-one consulting for student writers on campus and online in a collaborative environment that assists in developing writing strategies and skills across disciplines. |
|Math Assistance Center - Park 370|
A drop-in support center that helps students with everything from basic algebra to intermediate-level statistics.
Statistical Consulting Center - Park 324 and 325||Provides statistical support and training for CMU faculty and graduate students in all phases of research projects. |
Periodical Collection A - Z ||
Shelves containing bound issues of magazines and journals. |
Faculty and Graduate Study Room - Park 326 - 335 and 341 - 350||
Central Michigan University Libraries have 40 individual study rooms available for use by CMU faculty, including emeriti faculty, staff, and graduate students. |
Reserve Desk - Park 319||
At the reserve desk, you may borrow materials that professors have set aside for use by their students. |
|Mary Dow Reading Room - Park 319||A quiet study area that houses current periodicals, theses and dissertations.|
Self Checkout - Located south of the elevators|
These machines allow you to checkout books without making a stop at the book checkout desk.