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Map and Tour (Fifth Floor): Fifth Floor

Quiet Study Floor

The Fifth Floor is a quiet study floor

 

 

This is a quiet study floor.  Please turn off all mobile phones and electronic devices.

Use a group study room for Group Work.

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Main Collection A - H

Main Collection on the Fifth Floor of the Library

 

Library materials are organized by the Library of Congress Classification System an alphanumeric library classification system based on subject

  • Use Search@UW to find an item, its location and its Call Number.
  • Signs on the endcaps indicate the call numbers shelved in that stack.

Materials from the Main Collection can be checked out at the Circulation Desk on the first floor of the library.

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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 and fifth floors.

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Group Study Rooms

The Fifth Floor offers two group study rooms

 

Two group study rooms are located behind the fifth 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 first and fourth floors.

The rooms are not for individual study. Make a reservation.

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University Archives and Area Research Center

Arhives is located on the Fifth Floor of the Library

 

The University Archives and Area Research Center is the place to visit for old photographs, historic buildings, your ancestry, or historical background of UW-Stout and Menomonie in addition to Barron, Dunn or Pepin counties.  Online indexes are available to search Stout publications and local cemeteries.

Ask the Archivist for assistance with this unique collection.

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