Schley Family Library
The Schley Family Library is an Emory masterpiece. Home to yearbooks dating to the 19th century and state-of-the-art communications technology, the library is the only place on campus where you can lounge in an easy chair and page though Emory history or hold a high-level business meeting.
- 8 people seated around the table
- 46" LED screen with laptop connection (laptop provided by Miller-Ward), wireless keyboard and mouse, conference call capabilities, wireless access
- Comfortable reading room with stacks of Emory yearbooks, magazines, and books written by alumni authors
About the Schley Family Library
The Schley Family Library is an Emory masterpiece. Home to a collection of works by alumni authors and yearbooks dating to the 19th century, the library is the perfect place to page through Emory's history or hold a high-level business meeting.
The Schley Library is named after the Schley family, all of whom graduated from Emory and who lived or still live in Columbus, Georgia. The Schley family of Columbus, GA, has sent three generation to Emory as students, doctors, and faculty. Parents Francis and Frank and sons Phillip, W. Shain, and Robert all held positions in the medical field, while daughter Alexandra pursued a career in business. The Schley Library houses old Emory yearbooks and books written by Emory alumni. This room cannot be scheduled for an event, but organizations can arrange for it to be open during an event under special circumstances.