The Miller Learning Center (MLC) is the new heart of the University. Located in the center of campus, the four-story, 200,000 square foot building is in close proximity to undergraduate dorms and the William Tate Student Center.
Pivotal to every UGA undergraduate's academic experience, the Miller Learning Center is destined to become as prominent in alumni memories as Old College and Sanford Stadium.
The MLC is a unique combination of library and instruction space, classrooms, the best in campus computing and instructional support for faculty. A collaborative effort of the University Libraries, Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), the MLC provides seating for 2,200 students, has more than 500 computer workstations, a digital media lab, 1000 outlets for laptops, wireless access, 96 group study rooms, and a classically appointed traditional reading room.
The UGA Libraries are offering naming opportunities within this incredible facility to select donors. Thousands of students pass through its doors daily, making these naming opportunities among the most visible anywhere on campus.