McGill Libraries: The Islamic Library

McGill Libraries: The Islamic Library


Founded in 1952, the Islamic Library is one
of McGill most pristine libraries and shares the building with Morris Hall. It is a medium
sized research library with a reference section at its center. The main quiet reading area
and study room is located in the Octagon Room on the main floor and is perfect for quiet
daytime studying. In the evening hours the Library’s lighting can be dim and individual
lighting is limited. The Library’s accessible washrooms can be reach either through the
side entrance or through the elevators. In order to access the elevator students will
have to swipe their cards.

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