Located at 850 S. John Q. Hammons Parkway, the Duane G. Meyer Library was opened in 1980. The renovated and expanded building was rededicated in 2002. Besides the facilities listed below, Meyer Library has a 124-seat auditorium that is used for scheduled classes, student and university activities. There are also two classrooms and a seminar room used for library and related instruction.
In addition to books, journals, databases and other research materials, the MSU Libraries have the following facilities for students.
- Group study rooms
- 11 small study rooms
- 10 large study rooms
- 8 graduate and faculty study rooms
- A variety of tables and carrels for group activity and individual study
- Computers for research and writing
- Media viewing and listening stations
- Photocopiers and copying services
- Building-wide wireless network access
Located in Meyer Library but managed by other campus units: