The Cofrin Library is located on the Main Entrance Drive, directly across from the Weidner Center. The Main Entrance will be the second entrance on your right as you approach campus on Nicolet Drive.
FROM 41 SOUTH OR 41-141 NORTH
Follow US 41 north to I-43 south (Exit 171). Take I-43 south towards Milwaukee. Continue on I-43 south to WIS 54/57 (Exit 185). Choose the Sturgeon Bay/Algoma exit lane and look immediately for the University Ave./Nicolet Drive exit. Follow Nicolet Drive to campus.
FROM I-43 SOUTH
Take Exit 185. Choose the Sturgeon Bay/Algoma exit lane and look immediately for the University Ave. /Nicolet Drive exit. Follow Nicolet Drive to campus.
FROM 29 OR 54 WEST
Exit at 41, taking 41 north to the I-43 South (Milwaukee) exit. Follow I-43 to Exit 185. Choose the Sturgeon Bay/Algoma exit lane and follow 54-57 a short distance to the first exit (University Ave. / Nicolet Drive). Follow Nicolet Drive to campus.
Parking permits are necessary in all campus lots. One-day visitor parking permits are issued at the Parking Office, a drive-up facility located on the Main Entrance Drive.
Location, Hours, General Information
- Where is the library?
- What are your hours?
- Who may use the library?
- Where can I do research or study?
- Does the library hire students?
- Do you have a Lost & Found?
Where is the library?
The library's address is:
For more detailed directions and links to maps of the UW-Green Bay campus, please see this page.
What are your hours?
Our hours change throughout the year to meet the academic needs of our students. For our most up-to-date hours, please see the Hours page.
Who may use the library?
Of course, UW-Green Bay students, staff, and faculty may use the Cofrin Library. We are also open for community and guest users. Information for community and guest users can be found on our Community and Guest Users page.
Where can I do research or study?
There are many study spaces in the library. For details, please see the Equipment and Spaces page.
Does the library hire students?
Many of our library departments employ student workers. We have student workers assisting in our Processing and Serials departments, Archives and Area Research Center, as well as at our public service desk in Access Services. If you are interested in working at the library look for our listings in Phoenix Recruitment On-Line (Pro).
Do you have a Lost & Found?
Yes, the library has a Lost & Found on the third floor behind the circulation desk. Found items are taken to the University Union Main Desk if not claimed with one business day.