The Library is easily identified by the clock tower that rises from the center of its roof, and is located at the center of the campus, surrounded by College Drive and its academic buildings. The building is not named, but its number, 54, is visible from College Drive.
Visit the Map, Directions & Lodging page for directions on how to get to campus and access to the campus map.
Bowles Room/Video Viewing
The Video Viewing/Bowles Room is located on the lower level library and is named for Edward Bowles, a former Bentley trustee. He donated his personal library to Bentley, stipulating that the books be shelved together in a separate room. The collection comprises about 2600 volumes, with strengths in religion, European and Asian history, art, American literature, natural history, and photography.
The room also contains 8 stations designated to view VHS or DVD content. Equipment includes monitors with DVD/VCRs and audio amplifiers. Headphones for these stations can be checked out at the Library Services Desk. The Bowles Room also holds a microfilm/microfiche reader that can be used to view, print, and/or email a PDF document.
Deloitte Café (Einstein's)
Located on the main level of the library, the Deloitte Café features Einstein Bros. Bagels. Comfortable seating, wireless network access, and large-screen televisions make the café ideal for relaxing. Hours vary, so check the Bentley Dining Einstein Bros. Bagels page for the most up-to-date information.
Research Instruction Center (RIC)
The Research Instruction Center (RIC) is a 26-computer classroom located in Room 011 on the library's Lower Level. It is equipped for hybrid learning. Most library workshops and classes are held in the RIC.
If you would like to schedule a library instruction session for your class, please fill out the schedule an instruction class request form.