Hunt Library is the largest library, housing four floors of volumes comprising the university's collections in the arts, humanities, and social science. Special Collections, University Archives, and the video collection are located in Hunt Library. The fifth floor is home to the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, which specializes in the history of botany and all aspects of plant science. The university's IDeATe program, which offers nine undergraduate minors in domains that merge technology and arts expertise, is housed in the basement. The building opened in 1961, thanks to the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hunt.
Read more about the history of the University Libraries.
Staff & Faculty
Services & Amenities
- Hunt Library Gallery
- Interlibrary Loan (Requesting from Other Libraries)
- Copy, Print & Scan
- Find a Study Space
- University Archives Reading Room
- Video Collection
- Fine & Rare Book Room
- De Fer Coffee & Tea at Maggie Murph Cafe
- IDeATe - The Integrative Design, Arts, and Technology network at Carnegie Mellon