Built in 1987, the Chester F. Carlson Library is located within the Computer Studies Building. The library offers a variety of spaces for quiet or collaborative work. Some rooms may be reserved some in advance through our booking system. Public computers and printing are also available in the library.
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Chester F. Carlson
"Chester Carlson was a physicist, lawyer, inventor, and humanitarian. He was a generous benefactor of this University . . . he invented an electrostatic printing process called xerography -- a process that not only solved a major problem in office-copying, but radically transformed the entire field of communication." - W. Allen Wallis, President of the University of Rochester (1962-1970)