Hibbs Library Resources
The Hibbs Library is located on east side of the first floor of the Barney-Davis building. Hibbs offers multiple useful study resources not only for class research and projects, but also for individual reading and career planning. The library contains a wide variety of environmental journals, newsletters, and books. Job and internship listings are also available in the library. Students interested in pursuing an Abroad Program can browse through materials that past students have donated Hibbs.
In addition to offering an extensive array of research sources, the Hibbs Library provides students a quiet place to study and read. Tables, couches, and chairs line the room so students can choose which set-up is most effective for study or meeting needs. With windows facing the east and south, the space is full of natural sunlight throughout most of the day. The natural look of the old wooded framing gives the room a calm and relaxed atmosphere.
Various meetings occur in Hibbs throughout the day because of its location. It is removed from the noise of the hallways and classrooms. Students and faculty often gather here for organizational meetings, class projects, or just for lunch.