Trinity’s library will be more than just a building or a collection. It will offer a combination of carefully selected and managed resources, dedicated and knowledgeable professionals who teach and offer other essential services, spaces for students and faculty to study and explore ideas individually and with others, and a symbol of the University’s commitment to the expansion and expression of knowledge.
Levels three and four opened in March 1979. Level two was added to create a three-floor facility in October 1983 when the Library was named and re-dedicated in honor of Elizabeth Coates Maddux. During the summer of 1997, level one was finished and opened to the public. The Library was renamed the Elizabeth Huth Coates Library at this time. All Trinity University library collections and services are housed in the Coates Library.
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