Libraries

Dig deeper. The extensive print and digital collections of Dartmouth’s libraries serve as vital extensions of the campus’s teaching and research facilities. With subject-specific guidance and support from Dartmouth's librarians, intellectual curiosity is rewarded here.

  • Baker-Berry Library

    At the heart of campus, Baker-Berry Library is home to the humanities and social sciences collections, classrooms, study and social spaces, several academic centers, a letterpress studio, and more. 

  • Rauner Special Collections Library

    Rauner’s collections—which are available for all to use—include more than 100,000 rare books, millions of manuscripts, and the extensive Dartmouth College Archives.

  • Biomedical Libraries

    Dana Biomedical Library and Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library support the disciplines of health and life sciences across campus and at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. 

  • Feldberg Business & Engineering Library

    Offers support and resources for the students, faculty, and staff at two of Dartmouth's professional schools, the Tuck School of Business and Thayer School of Egineering.

  • Paddock Music Library

    Located in the Hopkins Center for the Arts, Paddock houses music-related collections, including musical scores, sound and video recordings, and journals.

  • Jones Media Center

    Borrow a digital camera for a project, borrow a favorite film, take a video-editing class, and more—all at Jones Media Center.

  • Sherman Art Library

    Sherman supports the departments of art history and studio art and the Hood Museum of Art with print and digital resources, including an image database and a special collection of rare items.

  • Kresge Physical Sciences Library

    Primary resource for the physical sciences including earth sciences, environmental studies, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, and physics and astronomy

  • Evans Map Room

    More than 189,000 sheet maps, the latest mapping software, and an extensive collection of atlases, books, journals, globes, and photos support disciplines from geography to linguistics