Mell Classroom Building at RBD Library

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Mell Classroom Building
@ RBD Library

Auburn University’s largest and one of its newest classroom buildings, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library is a $35 million, three-story, 69,000-square-foot building that contains 26 state-of-the-art classrooms, two large lecture halls, and multiple informal learning and study spaces. Providing a seamless transition into the Ralph Brown Draughon Library, the building advances Auburn’s commitment to fostering innovative and active learning experiences by providing interactive, collaborative, and technology-driven classrooms.

Integration with the Ralph Brown Draughon Library gives students easy access to the library resources and the ability to seamlessly transition from large classes to small collaboration spaces.

Special Annoucement

Welcome Week in Mell

Join us during Welcome Week and explore the new classroom and study spaces. If you are teaching in Mell, sign up for orientations. Students taking classes in Mell @ RBD received an invitation to attend an orientation session.

Request a Learning Consultant

If you want some individual technology training, please request a Learning Consultant.

Building Features

  • 69,000 square feet of new classroom space
  • 38,000 square feet of repurposed and informal learning spaces in the Ralph Brown Draughon Library
  • 26 EASL classrooms
  • Two 166-seat lecture halls
  • Informal learning and study spaces
  • Digital signage to display student work
  • Dining venues

Last Updated: August 10, 2017