For Students and Faculty
The Library invites Auraria Campus students, faculty, and staff to enjoy the Quiet Study space for focused study in a comfortable, very quiet, environment. Located on the Library’s second floor, in the southeast corner.
Quiet Study Space Guidelines
- For use by Auraria Campus students, faculty, and staff.This is a noise-free area.
- Please silence your devices and take conversations to the first floor.
- This is a food-…
Special Collections and Digital Initiatives
The latest addition to the Auraria Library Digital Collections is Goethe's Works Illustrated by the Best German Artists, a 10-book set of the works of Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, the most prolific member of the Sturm un Drang literary movement. While the Weimar Classicism and a general sense of impending, devilish doom of Goethe's words are well-known, the highlight of this 5-volume set are the illustrations. Mostly wood…
The latest item to be added to the Auraria Library Digital Collections is a series of 35mm slides of Japanese-American internees used in an undated JACL presentation on internment. This small collection of 80 slides contains images of families being uprooted from their homes, boarded onto buses and trains, and relocated…
Some years ago, the Auraria Library crafted a Values statement meant to communicate the inclusive support that we offer to the Auraria Campus community. We would like to elaborate on those words and reinforce what we believe in.
The Library welcomes all users, regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, nationality, ethnicity, or citizenship status.…
As many of you know, our bustling student union used to be a brewery. But did you know that in the 1980s, the Tivoli was a shopping mall? That's right, a mall! Like the Galleria in Los Angeles or The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Tivoli was once awash with eye-rolling teenagers and tired families looking for last-minute holiday gifts. It even had escalators!
Well, now you can see examples of the old Tivoli Mall in the Auraria Library Digital Collections: …