The Republic Polytechnic Library serves the Republic Polytechnic and is located on the campus in Woodlands, Singapore. The library started its operations on June 18, 2003 from a temporary site in Tanglin Road. It relocated to the Woodlands campus site in February 2006. The current library was opened on the April 10, 2006, with 9,400 square metres (101,000 sq ft) of space.
The library is divided into five zones, the North, South, East, West and Central areas and split into two levels, the basement and the first level. The central area also consists of an open gallery space called the Pharos. This space is used for art installations and other performances.
The library has two types of rooms. One type is called an Inspirational Learning Environments (ILE), which is equipped with a wireless projector, and movable furniture to allow flexible arrangements. The other type is called a Quiet Reading room for the purpose of quiet reading or contemplation. The library has are four ILE rooms and five Quiet Reading rooms.
A cafe is located on the first level and also acts as an informal space. In the basement level is a dedicated room has been set aside at to house various technology entertainment games such as Xbox 360, which the students and staff are allowed to play under a time constraint.