Lower Level First Level Second Level Third Level Fourth Level

Lower Level

Archives Workspace
Call Numbers: Art N1-NX, Music M1-MTM
Computer Workspace
Honors Projects and Periodicals
Library Instruction room L03
Men’s and Women’s Restroom
Study Space
Utility Room
VHS, Maps, and Microfilm

Map of the Lower Level

First Level

Book Return
Computer Workspace
DVDs & Music CDs
Great Scots / New Books / Popular Reading /Wellness
Harmon Room
ITS Help Desk Express
Library Service Desk
Men’s and Women’s Restroom
Periodicals / Newspapers
Printing / Quick Print Station
Reading Room
Reference Collection
Service Desk
Study Space

Map of Level 1, click to enlarge

Second Level

Active Learning Classroom
All Gender Restrooms
Archives and Special Collections
Archives Instruction Room
Children’s, YA, and Idea Lab Collections
Classroom 250
Collaborative Work Table
Counter and Booth Seating
Entrepreneurship Offices
Group Study
Idea Lab
Idea Lab Collection
Library Director’s Office
Library Office
Library Instruction Room 206
Men’s and Women’s Restroom
Rare Books Room
Staff Room
Study Space
Wood Room Children’s Books

Map of Level 2

Third Level

Barbara B. Davis SPACE
Call Numbers: PG 3470-Z
Group Meeting
Group Study
Individual Study Rooms
Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching (CST)
Men’s and Women’s Restroom
Oversize Materials
Study Space

Third Level Map, click to enlarge

Fourth Level

All Gender Restrooms
Call Numbers A-PG 3469
Group Study
Study Space

Map of the fourth level, click to enlarge

The Building


The DeWitt Wallace Library is located at the heart of the Macalester campus, next to the Old Main building. In addition to housing physical collections and providing a central access point to virtual collections, the library provides seating/study space for one-third of the student body at any one time.

A 24×7 study space is located in the “Link” which connects the Library to Old Main. The library was designed as a community gathering space and hosts a variety of campus events. Also located in the Library building is the Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching on Level Three.