From the main College of Veterinary Medicine entrance, descend beneath the belly
of the whale to visit the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine.
Just inside the main entrance--artwork displays focusing on science and animal
health and computers for quick technology tasks.
Six individual rooms and ten carrels provide quiet, independent study spaces.
Individual built-in study carrels look out on the Holstein cows of the Teaching Animal Unit.
The café-style seating is close to the patio connecting the library to the Randall B. Terry Companion Animal Teaching Hospital.
The main reading room includes mobile technology carts and whiteboards.
Each desk has an outlet at tabletop height for your laptops or devices.
View from the south side of the main reading room. Current journals on the right
and the service desk on the left.
The service desk is a one-stop location for support of learning activities
including course reserves and technology lending.
The A101 multipurpose classroom with a 20 ft. long white board wall is frequently used for exam reviews and learning activities.
The William Rand Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine
supports the research and curriculum at the
College of Veterinary Medicine
and the study of life sciences, veterinary medicine, and animal and human health at NC
State University. New technology, learning spaces, and efficiencies were added in the
2009 renovation and expansion project to enhance the learning environment for students,
faculty, staff, and visitors.
Directions and Parking
- 1060 William Moore Drive
- Raleigh, NC 27607
- Phone: (919) 513-6218