Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources
The Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources is here to support you and your students, whatever your instructional support needs may be.
The “CCLIR” is home to Library Services, Information Technology, Instructional Design, the Writing Center, the Academic Success Center, the Graduate Tutoring Program, and the Teaching Resource Center—and even Grinder’s Café to support your caffeine and quick snack needs.
Completed in 2004, the Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources has become the intellectual heart of campus, offering students traditional library services and access to modern technology associated with electronic information retrieval in one of the University's largest and most beautiful buildings. The recipient of several architectural design awards, the Christopher Center is a four-story, 108,000-square-foot building designed to redefine the academic library.