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The libraries partner with departments across campus to provide you with services and assistance in Newman Library and online.

  • Assistive technology services

    AT Services is located on the first floor of Newman Library in Room 110. Access to AT Services requires Hokie Passport Card and authorized access for services, and is restricted to qualified individuals and AT/Special Services staff. For more on AT Services, please contact us.

  • Library study café

        Library study café

    With coffee, tea, and other specialty drinks provided by EspressOasis, plus locally baked goods and snacks, lots of electric outlets, and comfy seating, the study café is the happening spot in Newman Library. Whether you are watching a poetry reading, pulling an all-nighter, or enjoying the latest edition to our Popular Reading Collection, we hope you enjoy this special space on the first floor.

  • CommLab

    CommLab extends the classroom experience and provides support for class assignments and special projects. Graduate and undergraduate students trained in public speaking and group work are available to help students with all areas of the speech making process. We also have videotaping capabilities. Students who wish to be videotaped should state that when making an appointment.

  • ePortfolio peer mentors

        ePortfolio peer mentoring
    The ePortfolio Initiatives office works with undergraduate students who serve as eMentors for their peers. These students provide tutoring and assistance on all things related to student ePortfolios, such as writing, design, and software support.
  • LISA (Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis)

        LISA (Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis)

    LISA provides statistical advice, analysis, and education to Virginia Tech researchers by offering individual collaboration meetings, walk-in consulting, educational short courses, and support for interdisciplinary research projects. LISA's statistical collaborators are trained to help researchers design experiments, analyze and plot data, run statistical software, interpret results, and communicate statistical concepts to non-statisticians. Our assistance is free for Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students on academic research projects. Consultants are available in Port (room 3300 Torgersen) on a regular schedule.

  • Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Museum

        Cadet museum

    With the ongoing construction on cadet quarters on the upper quad, the Virginia Tech Corp of Cadets Museum is temporarily housed on the fourth floor of Newman Library, making this fascinating collection documenting an important part of the history of the university publicly viewable for the first time. Some 25 cases display old cadet uniforms, pictures, articles, sabers, band memorabilia, and unit artifacts.

  • Writing Center

        Writing Center

    The Writing Center is is located in Newman Library's second floor Learning Commons, just past the elevators. It is open to all Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff, at all levels. We work with writing and reading assignments from any course in the university. We can also help you with writing projects that are not linked to classes. The Center is free and open for regular appointments or walk-in sessions.

  • Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties

    Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties Inc. (VTIP) is hosting on-campus office hours to help anyone with innovative ideas get advice on how to

    • Develop and protect intellectual property
    • Navigate the technology transfer process
    • Refine your business strategy for rapid growth
    • Tap into other entrepreneurial resources
    • Build and finance a startup company

    Walk-ins are welcome, or schedule an appointment to guarantee your time slot. For more information, contact Mark Coburn at 540-951-9378.



 

Newman Library summer hours

Sun, May 24: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Mon, May 25: Closed
Tue-Thu, May 26-28: 7:30am - 10:00pm
Fri, May 29: 7:30am - 8:00pm
Sat, May 30: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Sun, May 31: 9:00am - 10:00pm

Current semester hours