Learning Resource Center
Northern Arizona University (NAU) opened the South Campus Library Study Center in 1972 to service the newly created, but separate, South Academic Center (SAC). Along with study spaces, the building had a small lending library. When SAC integrated into the main campus in 1976, the University renamed it the Learning Resource Center (LRC) and housed audiovisual materials there for professors. In 1980 Special Collections moved from the main Library into the LRC, renaming that space the Special Collections Library. After a few years of expansion, Special Collections and Archives moved to Cline Library in 1992.
Currently the LRC building has computers, tutoring, writing help, and Supplemental Instruction for students. The building also houses the Peer Jacks mentoring program that helps freshmen adapt to college life.