Built in 1968, the Karrmann Library contains a collection of over 300,000 books, CDs, cassettes, local newspapers, videos, and 1,500 magazine subscriptions. The Internet library catalog with Interlibrary Loan provides access to material from all over the U.S. and overseas. Students are able to study in any of the library’s study lounges and have access to the two computer labs equipped with both color and black and white printers. The library was named after Elton S. Karrmann, born in 1905 in Platteville. He earned his bachelor of education degree from Platteville State Teacher's College in 1925, and graduated from the Law School at UW-Madison in 1931. He later served 15 years on the College Board of Regents—13 of them as vice president. For more information, visit Karrmann Library.