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.?

Read 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.

Read More

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.?

Read More
Special Collections

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.

Read More
Woman reading in library.

Jones Media Center

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

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More