The Betty Ziegler de la Cruz Library Media Center is a dynamic and collaborative workspace for students and faculty. It is home to over eight thousand (8,000) volumes in varied subjects like Puerto Rico literature and history, arts, humanities, science, math, world literature, and history; encompassing educational resources such as encyclopedias, fiction and nonfiction books, media and electronic resources. The databases access is available through our SIS group page and the catalog for the collection through the Library World Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).
The Library Media Center designed by Füster + Architects and sustains hand-on learning in a new contemporary setting which includes:
- Sustainable design that maximizes natural light and visibility
- Soundproof areas to support a study environment
- Media Production Center along with sound booth
- Multipurpose learning area
Our mission is the enrichment of the educational process by incorporating information literacy in the classrooms and providing valuable resources to the students and faculty. The new and improved space is equipped with a spacious study area, computer hub, a creative commons space, and a media lab for the recording and editing of audiovisual projects.
Monday – Thursday / 7:00am – 5:30pm
Friday / 7:00am – 3:30pm
Students, Faculty and Staff can check out books up to two weeks.