Holman Library Website

First Floor Map


Circulation & Reserves Desks

The Circulation & Reserves Desk is located on the first floor of the Library. Visit the Circulation Desk if you need to check out or return a library item, find a course textbook on reserve, or have your photo taken for a Green River ID card.

The 'Borrowing FAQs' page has more information.

Silent Study Room

If you need an absolutely quiet space to work or study alone, head to the Silent Study Room located on the first floor.

The 1st floor silent study room is not a computer lab, but you can check out a laptop from the circulation desk.


After-Hours Book Drop

There is an after-hours book drop available outside the south entrance to the library. You can return items to the book drop when the library is closed.


HL 112 Student Media Lab

HL 112 is used primarily as a student media production lab, located on the first floor. For additional information, please read about our Media Lab on the library policies page.

Holman Library Second Floor Map

Information Commons

The Information Commons is an open computer lab located on the second floor of the Holman Library Building. During open hours the Information Commons Reference Desk is staffed by Faculty Librarians who are available to help with information and research. Student workers provide additional technology and computing assistance. See additional information about computers and printing.

Group Study Rooms

Group Study RoomThere are three group study rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis to small groups of students. Located on the second floor.



Library Classrooms (HL 213 & HL 217)

HL 213 computer labThe library classrooms in HL 213 & HL 217 are Silent Zones. No talking or cell phone use, please. The classrooms are open computing labs when no class is in session. Located on the second floor. For additional information, please read the Room HL 213 & Room HL 217 Use policy.

     Holman Library Building

 Photo of the Holman Library from outside

The Holman Library Building at Green River College is a 60,000 square foot information technology center incorporating the campus library, media services, and instructional classroom space. Library services are focused on the second floor Information Commons, an electronic reference and curriculum resource center staffed by the Library with over 150 networked workstations which provide access to various online databases, Microsoft Office, and the Internet.