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.
Monday, May 9, begin Summer School hours of access:
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.(Library fully open) w/ "24/7" hours only overnight and on weekends
*Monday, May 30, Memorial Day, "24/7" hours only
For Non-Huntingdon Visitors to the Library
Due to the continuing pandemic, visitors to the Library must following these College-mandate procedures:
1) Call the Library to make an appointment before arriving to campus.
2) On arrival, you will need to visit Room 109 in Flowers Hall (the main administrative building -- the one with the steeple) and complete Huntingdon's regular visitor protocols before walking over to visit us in the Library.
3) This process is currently only available Monday - Friday during regular business hours. If you would like to visit the Library during the evening (including Sunday night) during our full access hours, you will need to complete the visitation process during the weekday.
We hope we will soon reach a point where such measure are unnecessary, but until then ...
Contact the Library via phone:
(334) 833-4421 or (334) 833-4512
Virtual Reference Service Launches for Our Huntingdon Users.
When: Monday-Friday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Frank or one of your librarians will get back to you as soon as possible.
(If you need help over the weekend, go ahead send an email but know that it may not be answered until Monday morning as Frank may be taking the weekend off.)
We will have additional database trials in the 2022-2023 schoolyear.
Mini-con presentations are now available! See below.
The Peace, Love, and Happiness Mini-Conference presentations are here! Thank you to Rebekah Wriston and Prof. Daniel Dubei for contributing to the mini-conference.
Rebekah Wriston's presentation is titled "The 'Belles' and Pomegranates: How Women Shaped Huntingdon's History." "Through this presentation, I will call attention to the achievements and influence of women students and professors at Huntingdon, ultimately showing how their achievements should be showcased in a more lasting way. This history will be told through the framework of the three waves of feminism, showing how the College's community has responded to women's movements. I will detail on the women who came to Huntingdon, how its community fostered these women and their talents, and how the College molded its students into high-achieving young women who, as alumni, were leading figures in their communities."
You will find her presentation through this link if you have an @hawks.huntingdon.edu account: https://drive.google.com/.../1oyEzwH2SIWozmbsSCtD.../view....
Professor Dubei's presentation is hosted on YouTube. His presentation title is "What Does It Mean to Love One Another?" His presentation summary, given by Prof. Dubei: "Jesus taught us to love one another. John Lennon sang, "All you need is love." Is love all we need? I'm going to discuss the impact Jesus's teachings of love on the world over the last 2000+ years." You may find his video presentation through this link: