Taren shows you the group study floor of Newman Library

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Established in 1872 with 500 volumes, the library now includes holdings of more than 2 million volumes physically located in Newman Library and three branches: Art + Architecture, 100 Cowgill Hall Veterinary Medicine, in the Phase III Building of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine on Duck Pond Drive Northern Virginia Resource Service Center, 7054 Haycock Road, Falls Church, Va. The library's mission is to "provide and promote access to information resources for the achievement of the university’s objectives in learning, discovery, and engagement." Newman and the branch libraries offer a number of study spaces for individuals and groups. The branch libraries tend to be quiet spaces, while Newman has floors designated for groups to work together. Public computers are available in Newman and all of the branches.