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Libraries and Location

O'Reilly Library

O’Reilly Library is located on the Glasnevin Campus. Students in Nursing, Business, Sciences, Maths, Engineering, Law & Government, and Communications will find a huge range of tailored print resources available to them.

We have a wide range of study spaces to suit all needs - quiet individual study, open spaces for collaborative work with classmates, and 18 study rooms equipped with plasma screens and whiteboards for presentation preparation. Our comfortable Lounge area on the ground floor is a great place to relax and catch up with friends, or chat about group work with class-mates.
Ask at the Information Services desk on the Ground Floor for help with finding any key material you might need for assignments. You can also find the Maths Learning Centre and the Academic Writing Centre on the ground floor of O’Reilly - these are great supports which will help you settle quickly into university life. You will also find an ISS helpdesk on the ground floor.

The Library Cafe is a tasty option for a hot meal or snack throughout the day.
Map below. Campus maps here.   

Exterior of Glasnevin Library


Cregan Library

Cregan library is located on the DCU St Patricks Campus and provides excellent collections and services to students who are based on the St Patrick’s Campus, and also on All Hallows Campus.
Students studying all aspects of Education and many Humanities subjects can find key print collections here to support their academic study. Comfortable seating areas, individual study spots and 2 group study rooms are also located here.
Printing, laptop loans and PC access are also available. Drop into Information Services on the First Floor with any questions you might have about our collections or services. ISS also have a helpdesk on the first floor answer any IT related questions you may have.
The Starbucks on the ground floor is a great spot to take a break and refuel for the rest of the day.
Map below. Campus maps here.   

 Exterior of St Pats Library