The Marston Science Library, named for Robert Q. Marston, the seventh president of the University of Florida, houses collections in agriculture, life sciences, engineering, physical sciences, mathematics, and environmental sciences. Marston experiences more than 2.1 million visitors per year and supports the teaching and research needs of more than 40 departments across multiple colleges. Although the collections and reference services at Marston are focused on STEM disciplines, Marston is the most visited library on campus and is a hub of undergraduate student life across all majors. Marston has 12 library faculty and 17 staff that support a highly collaborative environment that offers an array of services, including 3D printing and scanning in the Marston Makerspace. Marston spearheads initiatives related to technology accessibility and actively works to develop partnerships with student organizations.
For more information about the George A. Smathers Libraries, see Libraries at a Glance.