Le Moyne College's Library was built in 1981 and named in 1998 in honor of Le Moyne College alumna Noreen Reale Falcone '58. The 65,000-square-foot library underwent minor renovations in 1996 and added the Office of Information Systems, or IT, in 2008. The library provides students with access to information, both in the form of traditional books and other printed matter as well as computer and internet resources. The library mixes the use of technology and print to achieve the best results for student's work and research. There are several computer labs throughout the library freely accessible to students, staff, and faculty. The library provides a number of quiet, secluded places that students can work individually or in groups, such as cubicle style desks, round tables, couches, and enclosed classrooms. The Academic Support Center, located in the back on the first floor of the library, is a facility for college students who seek help or support with their course work are encouraged to. Special features of the library include the Art Gallery and the College's Archives.