Located on the eighth and ninth floors of the Huckabee College, the Architecture Library supports the research and collaboration of HCOA students and faculty, fostering inquiry and discovery with more than 34,000 print volumes plus numerous electronic books. A branch of the University Library System, the library houses materials on architecture, design, urban planning, and landscape architecture and offers an image library of digital collections of architecture, art, and design photography and illustration—available to students 7 days a week.
The library also provides computers, scanners, copiers, TVs, and light tables to assist students with their project and presentation preparation.
Print and electronic subscriptions to more than 50% of the industry's core periodicals.
175,000+ images across ARTstor & Archvision as well as local and other curated collections.
Faculty librarians and highly-skilled staff and student assistants are on hand to provide one-on-one reference and research support in person, by phone, or via email. Online research support is also available 24/7 via the architecture subject guide.
Course-specific library instruction workshops and sessions for each program year.