An array of useful resources is available to you in Kutztown University's Rohrbach Library. Throughout the building are computers to access internal and external resources. There are photocopiers, study rooms, study carrels, and ample seating areas.
On the first floor are the main (or book) and reference collections. If you need assistance finding information on any topic, you can confer with the helpful librarians at the reference desk. Other services can be accessed at the circulation desk where you can check out books and materials that professors have placed on reserve.
The second floor offers a computer lab, the Vision Enhancement Center and the Periodicals/Interlibrary Loan Office. The periodicals collection has a wealth of resources available in a variety of formats – bound, unbound, microfilm, microfiche, microprint, and electronic. Magazines and daily newspapers are organized on open stacks for easy access.
On the ground floor you will find the Curriculum Materials Center (CMC), and the Learning Technologies Center (LTC). The CMC is designed for education majors, providing teachers' manuals, school texts, educational kits, and manipulative games and objects.
There is also an academic department on the ground floor - Library Science and Instructional Technology. The department trains future librarians and teaches students to incorporate technology into their particular fields of study.
Kutztown's Academic Enrichment Office, including student support and tutoring services, are located in the Rohrbach Libary basement. Any university student who needs a tutor can find help here. Having trouble solving the last problem in your math homework? Stop by the Library's Math Lab. Experts will help get you through the toughest equations!
Rohrbach received its name from Kutztown president Quincy A.W. Rohrbach, who served from 1934-59.