The Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center is a three story, 30,000 square foot library located in the center of Reinhardt University. Originally dedicated as the Hill Freeman Library in 1969, the facility was expanded, renovated and rededicated as the Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center in 2003.
The Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center features:
1st floor entrance faces the Hasty Student Life Center. This area houses the entrance to the After Hours Library, as well as computer workstations, printer, study and refreshment areas.
2nd floor entrance faces the Lawson and Tarpley Centers and houses the Learning Commons consisting of the service desk, computer workstations, printers, the photocopier, group study areas, and a media viewing room. The current periodical, leisure reading, manga, and reference collections plus the new books displays, the Archives and Special Collections room and staff offices are also on this floor.
3rd floor is dedicated to quiet study space and the book, media, and bound periodical collections. The terrace offers a wonderful view of the center of campus, as well as tables for studying outside. Classroom 311 is located on this floor.