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Map and Tour (Fourth Floor): Fourth Floor


Main Collection

The Main collection is on Third Floor, Fourth Floor and Fifth Floor


Library materials are organized by the Library of Congress Classification System, an alphanumeric system.

  • Search Search@UW to find an item and its call number.
  • Call numbers A-H are on the 5th Floor;
  • J-PR are on 4th Floor;
  • PS-Z are on 3rd Floor.
  • Signs indicate the call numbers shelved in that stack; scan the QR code for help in locating items on the shelf.


Student Artist-in-Residence Art Collection

The Student Artist-in-Residence collection can be found on the 4th floor of the Library



Stout student artwork is part of the Student Artist-in-Residence program funded  by former UW-Stout president Bud Micheels.  Most artwork is located on the fourth floor.


Group Study Rooms

Group study rooms are located on the Fourth Floor of the Library



Two group study rooms are behind the fourth floor restrooms.

  • Allows for collaborative learning and practicing for presentations.
  • Equipped with white boards and the ability to screen share.
  • There are also group study rooms on the first and fifth floors.

The group rooms are not for individual study


Large Conference/Study Room

A large study room is located on the Fourth Floor of the Library



There is one large conference room 430E available for group study.  It may also be reserved for meetings.

The room includes and overhead projector.  Check out the remote for the projector at the Circulation Desk on the first floor.


Honors College and Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center

Honors College and Nakatani are located on the Fourth Floor of the Library



  • Although not library departments, the Honors College and the Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center are located in the Robert S. Swanson Library and Learning Center.
  • The Honors College assists students learning through taking risks and making connections between disciplines.
  • The Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center offers programs, activities and events and has a library of teaching and learning resources.