Library (Kreitzberg) & University Archives
The Kreitzberg Library is committed to providing the best possible facilities, services and resources to meet the expanding needs of Norwich University students and faculty. The Kreitzberg Library building, named for principal donors Barbara and Fred Kreitzberg (’57), offers six comfortable and attractive floors for collections, research and study. There are spaces for individual and group study, computer labs with access to the Norwich University network, an electronic classroom, wireless internet throughout the building, photocopiers, scanners, and media equipment. The fifth floor is the home of the Norwich University Archives and Special Collections.
The Library’s growing collections now comprise approximately 137,000 books; over 45,000 print and online journals; and much more, including DVDs and streaming videos. Professional librarians and support staff offer the full range of academic library services, including reference service, interlibrary loan, and individual and group library instruction. The Kreitzberg Library’s catalog, databases and online journals are accessible both on- and off-campus, providing easy access for students in their dormitories or across the world. During the academic term, the library is open until midnight five days a week, and reference librarians are available in person or via email every day.
Norwich University Archives and Special Collections and Special Collections on the 5th floor of the Kreitzberg Library preserves and provides access to the written and still photographic records of the University as well as the Library’s rare book collection. The Archives offers access to unique primary-source material relating to the University, its staff, students and alumni, including both personal papers and institutional records.
The Library building also houses the Academic Achievement Center and the Counseling Center on the fourth floor.