The Carnegie Classification framework places Georgia State within its “R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity” category, the framework’s classification for universities in the United States that engage in the highest levels of research. The university’s over $200 million in research expenditures for the 2017 fiscal year ranked 1st in the nation among universities without an engineering or medical school for the second year in a row. The university is the most comprehensive public institution in Georgia, offering more than 250 degree programs in over 100 fields of study spread across 10 academic colleges and schools. Georgia State has two libraries: University Library, which is split between Library North and Library South on the main campus and also among the Perimeter College campuses, and Law Library, which is located on the main campus. Together, both libraries contain over 13 million holdings and both serve as federal document depositories. Georgia State has a $2. 5 billion economic impact in Georgia.