Florida State University’s main library anchors the north side of Landis Green with Landis Hall bordering the south side. This center of academic learning bears the name of Robert Manning Strozier, who served as FSU’s president between 1957 and 1960.
The three-story structure, along with a five-story annex addition, provides vast digital resources, books, fast Wi-Fi connections and comfortable study space for thousands of FSU undergraduate and graduate students. While an historic building on the outside, the library boasts a modern and high-tech connected interior, complete with the nation’s first double-sided Starbucks, providing a caffeine fix for students both inside and outside the library.
Reclining on the brick wall and facing the Library you will find a bronze statue of Dr. Strozier, sixth President of Florida State University.