Walk into a college library, and you will walk into the essence of the college itself. Walk into Hutchins Library, and what you will encounter is a rich tradition of learning. It is a place where well-worn, leather-bound volumes co-exist with bright, new technologies.
Conveniently positioned near the center of campus, it also serves as a hub for collaborative learning, introspection, and creativity. A rich collection of materials is maintained in a variety of formats including books, journals, newspapers, DVDs, CDs, and Internet resources, to name just a few.
Our friendly and knowledgable librarians provide in-depth assistance to classes and individuals alike.
Hutchins Library houses:
- 358,556 volumes
- 42,377 e-books
- 750 print periodical subscriptions
- 13,756 full-text journals available electronically
- 11,593 media volumes
- Special Collections and Archives, including the Weatherford-Hammond Appalachian Collection, the largest collection of Appalachian archival materials in the United States.