Warren Library

The Warren Library

Collaborative. Comfortable. Conversational. Casual.

These are words that describe the atmosphere of PBA's Warren Library.

While there are places for solitary study, the overall atmosphere of the Warren Library encourages conversation and collaboration.

The Warren Library is an elegant architectural expression of how we see our University. It is a wonderful space filled with Florida sunshine that draws students to the books, publications, technology and one another.

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Digital Exhibits

Sen. George LeMieux Senatorial Papers

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy

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About the Library
The comfortable four-story, 86,000-square-foot facility is wireless and houses 350,000 volumes, 121 computers and 28 study rooms.


The library also includes:

  • Lassiter Rotunda — an expansive, three-story readingroom of classic elegance.
  • Yeager Patio — private patio for formal receptions. 
  • Collaborative study spaces — with computers areas for individual or group study.
  • John D. MacArthur Café — a first-floor coffee shop/restaurant, operated by Einstein’s Bros. Bagels.
  • Casual Patio — off the café for studying in the beautiful Florida sunshine.
  • Center for Teaching Excellence — which houses various offices, including Faculty Development.
  • Center for Writing Excellence — focusing on improving writing skills.
  • University Archives & Special Collections.  
  • Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Boardroom.