Named for former US ambassador Andrew W. Mellon, the Mellon Library represents a key academic and recreational resource for students in Grades 5-12, faculty, staff, parents and the extended ASL community.
The 28,000-volume collection includes fiction and non-fiction materials, reference resources, a variety of magazines and newspapers from the US, the UK and Europe, and non-print media including DVDs and audio and ebooks through our Overdrive online library. The library's catalog, as well as full-text periodical and reference databases are available on the website.
Library facilities include a large study area housing the main print collection, quiet study rooms, computers for general use, and a conference room.
7:45 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday
Rules and guidelines
- The library serves the entire ASL community. Make your words and actions appropriate for the youngest students and for visitors. Be respectful of people and property.
- The library offers spaces for people who wish to work in silence, to work quietly with a friend, or to work collaboratively in groups. While you are here, work productively in ways that allow others to be productive too.
- Refrain from bringing in food or drink, or talking on your cell phone. Water is allowed.
- Please return furniture to its proper place and clean up after yourself.