Biddeford Campus Jack S. Ketchum Library
The Biddeford Campus library features three floors of study space. The upper level is designated for silent study; collaborative study spaces are available on the main and lower levels. There is a mix of study tables, carrels, soft seating, adjustable-height and fixed standing-height study furniture.
There are 8 private and group study rooms in the library, available first come, first serve.
The St. Francis Room is available for meetings, lectures, and events and contains video conference and presentation equipment, and a piano.
The St. Francis room may be used as study space when available.
Art Gallery Spaces
The Ketchum Art Gallery is located on the library main level and features rotating exhibits, soft seating for study, and can be reserved for meetings and events. The gallery is available as study space when not in use for events.
Maine Connection: The George and Barbara Bush Exhibit on the library main level can also be used for study.
24/7 Study Space
The library lower level is available 24/7 and is equipped with a microwave, food and beverage vending machines, and cold filtered water. Use your UNE ID card at the Bush Center front entrance to access this space when the library is closed.
Printers & Computers
PC and Macintosh computers, black & white printers, and a multi-function copy/scan/fax machine are available.
The 24 seat library computer lab can be reserved for library instruction classes.
Food & Drink
Food and drink are allowed in library study spaces. The Windward 365 Cafe in the library lower level serves Starbucks coffee, sandwiches, snacks and more. Microwave, beverage vending machines, and cold filtered water are also available 24/7 on the library lower level. Hot and cold filtered water is available on the main level.
Accessible restrooms are available on all three library levels. All-gender restrooms are located on the main and upper levels.