Seeley G. Mudd Library
Located on North Campus, the Seeley G. Mudd Library is designed with collaboration in mind. The space provides an array of digital assets and tools that are consistent with Mudd's tech-focused history. Private and communal areas allow for many study space options, and library experts are available to assist in a variety of fields, such as engineering, math and life, physical and computer sciences.
There are a variety of open study spaces available at the library. You may also guarantee a private study space for yourself or a group by reserving a room. Use the reservation button to learn more about room capacity and technology available in each space.
Computing & Printing
Mudd Library has 24 PCs, 12 Macs, and multiple printers, including a large format plotter printer.
Visit the software page for a list of programs available on library computers.
GIS professionals are available to provide training and consultation on map creation, geospatial analysis, data formatting and location services. Visit the GIS lab or contact us to schedule a consultation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the GIS page for additional details on software and services.
The MakerLab offers mediated 3D printing and scanning services for Northwestern students, faculty and staff. A consultation is required.
Visit the MakerLab page for more information.