Monroe Library named one of the country's most beautiful college libraries
Loyola press release - August 30, 2010
For the second time this month, the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library at Loyola University New Orleans was named one of the most appealing university libraries in the country.
CampusGrotto.com included Loyola’s library in its list of the top 25 most beautiful college libraries. Loyola is among excellent company, including libraries at Yale University, Princeton University, UCLA and Johns Hopkins University. View the full list of libraries.
“The recognition the Monroe Library has received is a testimony to the vision and leadership of our former Dean of Libraries, Mary Lee Sweat. The library's faculty and staff, through the support of our university, alumni and friends, continue to develop this vision and strive toward creating an institution that is the center for enhancing skills necessary for student success, within the library and online,” says Deborah Poole, interim dean for the library.
CampusGrotto.com is a national college news website that covers a wide range of college-related topics, including student finance, study tips, college admission, college rankings, career advice, and college life. It reaches an audience of over 1.2 million a year providing current and future college students with the latest college news, tips and advice.
Earlier this month, Loyola was awarded seventh place for “Best College Library,” by The Princeton Review. The education services company features Loyola in the newly released 2011 edition of its annual college guide, “The Best 373 Colleges.” The Monroe Library has placed among the top 10 college libraries since 2006.
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