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Frazar Memorial Library

Frazar Memorial Library is named for Lether E. Frazar, former lieutenant governor of Louisiana and the first president of McNeese State University. The collections and services of the library are designed to complement the educational and research programs of the university. The original building was erected in 1961. A four-story addition to the original structure was completed in 1974. Renovated in 1986, the library now provides shelving for over 400,000 volumes as well as room for study, library offices, and service areas. Students, faculty, and staff of McNeese, as well as their families, have full library use privileges. Local and area citizens are also encouraged to use the library, and are invited to join the Friends of the Library for library privileges. The library is located on Beauregard Drive, just east of Ryan Street. It is across the street from Student Services and next door to the H.C. Drew Center.

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