The newest addition to John Cabot University’s Frohring Library, the Aurelian Wing, was inaugurated last month and has quickly become a favorite study space for our students.
The wing itself perfectly represents John Cabot University, a modern American university in the middle of the eternal city. Our architects designed the wing with our unique character in mind, contrasting the modern furniture and high speed computers with exposed beam ceilings and windows overlooking the lemon tree court yard.
The Froring Library offers students and faculty direct access to its collections. The Library’s current collection about 30,000 items includes monographs, hard-copy journals, newspapers, videos, DVDs and CD-ROMs. Its electronic resource collection, available via the Library portal throughout campus, consists of a growing number of online databases, including reference sources and full text collections.
The library is a charter member of the American International Consortium of Academic Libraries, participates with its holdings in Worldcat and partners with Italian libraries for document delivery and interlibrary loan services.
John Cabot University is forever grateful to the Paul & Maxine Frohring Foundation for their continuous support and trust in the success and growth of our university.
See more photographs of the new Aurelian Wing on the John Cabot Alumni Association’s facebook page.