60 Nova Southeastern University Student Handbook University Libraries The university library system is composed of the Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center , the Health Professions Division Library, the Panza Maurer Law Library, the Oceanography Library , and four school libraries. The 325,000-square-foot Alvin Sherman Library is a joint-use facility with the Broward County Board of County Commissioners. It serves students and faculty and staff members of NSU, as well as residents of Broward County. The five-story structure encompasses electronic classrooms, group- study rooms, a café, and service desks with staff trained and ready to serve library users. Collections of electronic resources support the research of students and faculty and staff members. A large spacious atrium houses educational art pieces. The reference desk is on the second floor clearly visible to students, and it is enhanced by the NSU Glass Garden created by glass artist Dale Chihuly for the Sherman Library. Overall, the university’s libraries house more than one million items. Interlibrary agreements through organizations such as the Online Computer Library Center, the Southeast Florida Library Information Network, the Consortium of Southeastern Law Libraries, and the National Library of Medicine provide broad access to a wide range of materials. Veterans Resource Center Nova Southeastern University’s Veterans Resource Center welcomes all past and present members of our nation’s armed forces and their families. The center is the operational heart of all military- and veteran-related information, resources, opportunities, and events. The center is on the second floor of the Rosenthal Building, Room 218. Wireless Networking—NSU Wings NSU’s wireless networking project, NSU Wi ngs , provides mobile network access for the students of the university. The wireless network is available at all NSU campuses. Information and instructions for registering for NSU WINGS is available online.