This spring and summer, we’re reorganizing the stacks in Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Planning to browse in person? Check the stacks directory for the up-to-date location of the shifting collections. Or skip the stacks and let us do the legwork! Select your item in the Franklin Catalog, click the blue “Get It” button, and request pickup at our automated lockers or at the Penn library location of your choice.
First floor, east wind and connector between wings:
Moelis Family Grand Reading Room
the Collaborative Classroom
Goldstein Electronic Classroom (Room 114)
Class of 1964 Electronic Look-up Center
Moelis Electronic Research Center
Class of 1963 Microtext Center
New York Times (NYT) Best Sellers
S. T. Lee Lounge
Interactive Learning Porch
Description of the floor plan
The fourth floor holds the Otto Albrecht Music Library, stacks: B, H, J-L, M, Dewey 900s, and Folios; Freedman Jewish Sound Archive, Marian Anderson Music Study Center, Bodek Conference Room, Folio Room 452, Faculty Studies, Film Viewing Rooms, Film Studies Classroom Room (425), Glossberg Recording Suite, Class of 1958 Audio Lab, Eugene Ormandy Media Center (Room 424), Yarnall Collection, PennCash Center, Class of 2003 Parents Study Lounge, Class of 2003 Parents Group Study Room, Class of 1928 Lounge, Class of 1973 Group Study Room, David B. Weigle Judaica/Ancient Near East Seminar Room (JANES, Room 401), Weigle Teaching Room 402, Weigle Group Suite (Rooms 403 and 404), Weigle Medieval Studies Room (405), men's and women's bathrooms; gender-neutral, accessible bathrooms
The accessible entrance of Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center opens into the Goldstein Undergraduate Study Center. This entrance is on the ground floor of the building facing Blanche P. Levy Park and College Hall. A wheelchair-accessible doorbell is located on the railing leading toward the door.