Undergraduate Library (UGL)
display case may be reserved by campus organizations.
Inquire at the Loan Services Desk.
self-service copy room.
Loan Services Desk―check
out circulating books and course reserves
Current Periodicals/Microforms Room―includes
unbound journals, newspapers, microfilm
and microfiche. Microform reader/printers
and typewriters are located nearby.
Group Study Rooms―available
on a first-come, first-served basis.
Hours Reading Facility―reading
room, course reserves, electronic resources,
current periodicals. Current
HU ID required after midnight.
food consumption is permitted within the
lounge area (near Group Study area)
Media Center―provides audio-visual materials,
equipment, viewing rooms and Internet access.
Bound volumes of periodicals, shelved alphabetically
with Dewey Decimal call numbers (compact shelving), and the reference
(806-7773), located on the ground floor
of the School of Architecture (Howard H.
Mackey Building), houses print and non-print
materials in the areas of building design
and construction, interior design, city
planning, and preservation of the built
located in the School of Business, houses
print and electronic resources to support
the School's programs in business administration,
accounting, finance, marketing, insurance,
computer-based information systems, real
estate and housing, management, hospitality
management, and international business.
(806-0760), located on the East Campus,
1400 Shepherd Street, NE, in the School
of Divinity (Benjamin E. Mays Hall), covers
all areas of religious studies and houses
the African Heritage Collection and audio
tapes from the Howard Thurman Educational
Stokes Health Sciences Library
at 501 W Street, NW, supports the teaching,
research and professional needs of the
colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, and
Phamrmacy Nursing and Allied Health
Sciences, as well as the Howard University
located on the West Campus, at 2929
Van Ness Street, NW, provides the
Law School with the resources, facilities
and services it needs in teaching,
research and professional practice.
Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
(806-4237), located on the 1st floor of
the Founders Library, is
recognized as one of the world's
largest and most comprehensive repositories
for the documentation of the history
and culture of people of African
descent in Africa, the Americas,
and other parts of the world. As
one of Howard University's major
research facilities, the MSRC collects,
preserves, and makes available for
research a wide range of resources
chronicling the Black experience
of the Max Schmeling vs. Joe Louis
fight. June 18, 1936. Moorland-Spingarn
Research Center, Howard University,
Ralph J. Bunche Reference Library and
Reading Room (806-4363), located
at 2218 6th Street, NW, contains
a core collection of about 1,000 books and
current periodicals on various subjects
in international affairs.
(806-4737), located in Inabel Burns Lindsay
Hall, supports the School of Social Work's
programs on social welfare theory, criminal
justice, displaced populations, family and
child welfare, gerontology, and social work
in health and mental health care settings.
Department of Afro-American Studies maintains
reading collection in the Afro-American
Studies Resource Center (806-7242), located on
the 3rd floor of the Founders Library.
further information, call the Reference
We welcome your
comments and suggestions.