In the interest of security, the College had determined that the Library is now accessible by card swipe only for all hours of operation (i.e. not only the "24/7" hours). Huntingdon students, faculty, and staff will need a current Huntingdon ID to access the building. Off-campus visitors should call before arriving on campus so arrangements to visit the Library can be made.
Note: The "Non-Required Reading" section is located on the first floor of the Library in the Slawson Commons area. The "Alabama Collection" is currently located on the second floor, Dixon Wing section, immediately following the 800s.
Contact the Library via phone:
(334) 833-4421 or (334) 833-4512
* Remember -- The virtual Library is always open!
Please note: The Library is now accessible by card swipe only. If you are a community user, please call ahead using one of the following numbers so arrangements can be made for you to access our Library: (334) 833-4421 or 833-4512
Fall Semester Hours (beginning August 7)
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, "24/7" hours only
Sunday, 5:00 - 11:00 p.m.
For all other hours, Slawson Commons hours (i.e. "24/7" hours) apply
"24/7" hours only for September 1 - 4
Generally - Tuesday-Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
NOTE: Off-campus guests should call before visiting. (334) 833-4421 or 833-4512
Join us Tuesday night, September 19th, for Huntingdon's annual
U. S. Constitution Day event. The Zoom link will be sent out to campus on Monday.
Please join us -- novices and those experienced welcome. Upcoming schedule:
August 23 & 30: Self-portrait Collage with Prof. Kidwell
September 6 - 20: Knitting, Crochet, Quilting with Ms. Korb ("Ms. Marge"), Profs Crumbley and McCord
September 27 & October 4: Button-making with Prof. Crumbley
October 11 - remainder of semester: Halloween and Christmas projects with Ms. Marge and Prof. McCord
DigitalTheatre+ - Digital Theatre+ gives 24/7 access to award-winning productions and a wealth of study materials. As well as being an innovative way to enhance Theatre and Performance courses, Digital Theatre+ is also used across English, Dance, Music and History departments to support the study of the humanities throughout your institution.
HC Students, Faculty, and Staff are invited to propose presentations for this year's mini-conference. I recognition of the 125th anniversaries of the passing of Lewis Carroll and the birth of C. S. Lewis, our theme is "Through the Looking Glass and Beyond the Wardrobe." Check the LibGuide we've created for some suggested presentation topics.