Carey Business School Expands Campus Library

Students

In February, the Carey Business School completed construction of a new library at the school’s Harbor East Campus in Baltimore. The expanded library adds 50 percent more study space for students and four new group study rooms.

The new library also provides access to several Bloomberg Financial Services terminals. Specialized financial software and analytic tools including SPSS, Oracle's Crystal Ball, ArcGIS statistical mapping software, are available to students as well.

Carey’s Harbor East Library is a branch of the Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University, which provides library services at Carey’s Baltimore and Washington, D.C. campuses. Students and faculty can receive reference consultation, instruction, and book delivery services from any Johns Hopkins campus library catalog.

The Carey Business School’s Harbor East campus covers six floors of the Legg Mason Tower, which include space for classrooms, study commons, student services, and faculty offices. In October 2017, Carey added more than 11,000 square feet of new classroom and event space on the 24th floor of the Legg Mason Tower.Carey’s Harbor East Library is a branch of the Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University, which provides library services at Carey’s Baltimore and Washington, D.C. campuses. Students and faculty can receive reference consultation, instruction, and book delivery services from any Johns Hopkins campus library catalog.

Posted on March 4, 2018 In Master of Business Administration, Master of Science, Alumni Story, Announcement, News Item, Student Story, Alumni, Current Students, Faculty, International Students, New Students, Prospective Students