When your dorm room gets too stuffy or Leavey Library gets too crowded, you can always access the Crocker Library in Hoffman Hall or Accounting Library in the Accounting Building. These libraries are intended for use by Marshall and Leventhal students and have a host of resources available for study or research. There are multiple computers to access, study areas to meet for group projects, and, of course, books and books to sort through.
The entrance to Crocker Library is on the 2nd floor of Hoffman Hall, making it very accessible to students who take classes in the building.
One of my favorite aspects of the library includes the study rooms that students can reserve for group meetings and projects. There’s no telling how many times I’ve booked a room in either Crocker or the Accounting Library to practice presentations, work on a business proposal, or plan out industry research with a group of classmates in a quiet setting. Another favorite part about the Marshall libraries is the free printing. Marshall students receive credit for about 50 pages of free printing each semester, and many take advantage of this opportunity to print off reports or assignments right before the start of class. We’re very fortunate and grateful to have libraries that focus on our needs as business and accounting students, especially when the other study spaces on campus become a little too congested with students.