The Undergraduate Library (UGL) has been renovated and the core floors of the building are open for students. The library has been transformed into a 21st-century learning environment. The repurposed facility includes a learning commons area, a technology-rich environment with video monitors, hard-wired and wireless computers in more than a dozen group learning spaces, conference rooms and multimedia enhanced multipurpose learning spaces. The space will also contain the Fine Arts Digital Design Studio, a Karsh STEM Scholars suite, and a digital testing center. All will be supported by updated media and computer technology. The UGL will serve as an extension of the academic and classroom environments, being equipped with collaboration and seminar rooms, sub-dividable multipurpose meeting rooms, a fiber optic network, wireless internet, computing devices and compact storage to house precious archival collections. The library will be ready for full occupancy this Fall as we work to remediate elevator and accessibility issues from the renovation.