Pick up a refreshing drink at the Starbucks @ "Willy T."
Find a quick meal or energizing pick-me-up without needing to leave the library.
Rest and recharge your body and mind in one of UK Libraries’ wellness spaces.
Stretch, breathe, and be still in The Meditation Space in Young Library.
Open during regular library hours and available to all library visitors, the room is equipped with the following items:
Other items are provided to aid your quest for inner peace and tranquility.
Be still and recenter in Young Library's meditation space.
Unwind and escape with a PlayStation 4 console and PlayStation VR system located in the Student Media Depot in the Basement of Young Library. Choose from a selection of virtual reality games available for check out from the Circulation Desk.
Tomorrow’s exam keeping you in check? Take a chess break on the Third Floor of the Science & Engineering Library where a chessboard built into a large cross-section from a tree trunk waits for a match. Other board games are available for check out at the Young Library Circulation Desk.
Make your move at the Science & Engineering Library.
Located in the the Basement of William T. Young Library, the Lactation Room is accessible during regular library hours.
The room is equipped with hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes. There is no sink or refrigerator, and users must supply their own pump.
Visitors are asked to limit time to one hour. Patrons can request a key to the lactation room at the Circulation Desk on the First Floor.
Please contact Terri Brown at email@example.com or (859) 218-1899 with any questions.
The Lactation Room is located in the Basement of Young Library.
John Jacob Niles' Steinway piano is located in the Niles Gallery at the Fine Arts Library.
Spaces should be functional, but they should also inspire. Hear the patter of a rainstorm on the skylights above the 93-foot rotunda in William T. Young Library as you settle into a cozy chair in the Atrium. Cross the skybridge and follow the sun around the Wethington Reading Room on the Fifth Floor. Hunt for the library’s oldest records (hint: they’re in the floor, and they’re as old as dinosaurs). Channel the spirit of Storm Cat as you gallop toward that deadline. Find art from contemporary Kentucky artists, one-of-a-kind 3D artists’ books, and hand-carved dulcimers from one of American music’s most important figures. We hope you find all of our UK Libraries locations welcoming, warm, and even a bit delightful. Discover the history, art and artifacts, and legends and lore that make UK Libraries unique.
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