The College’s main library, which was damaged in the 1994 Northridge Earthquake, was seismically upgraded, modernized and expanded. The project added more book area, more study space and a large computer lab. Seating for students was more than doubled.
The new addition was seamlessly added to the original building. It features a three-story “floating” study area with computers and study stations. A three-story curtain wall of glass highlights the north face of the building.