F. W. Olin Library

The Mills College Library‘s 46,500 square feet are home to over 240,000 volumes and other media, with special emphases on literature, history, women’s studies, art, and music. Open in 1990, the two-story facility is light and airy, with views of the adjacent tree-lined creek. The stacks are pleasantly accessible, and there’s a variety of areas for solo and group study. In addition to the special exhibit of Julie Chen’s books, there were prints, paintings and other artworks displayed throughout the library.

Fun stuff in the stacks!

Resources for the Middlebury Language Schools at Mills

Special Collections in the Heller Rare Book Room

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