Fine Arts Library
The Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center is located in the central campus between Library Drive and Patterson Drive behind the Fine Arts Building. Click here to visit the library's website. The library combines the collections of the Edward Rannells Art Library and the Adelle G. Dailey Music Library and is the home of the John Jacob Niles Center for American Music. This Library is the university repository for holdings on the visual arts (all media), including current and past periodicals and serials, monographs, texts, art reference, and course reserve materials.
The Little Library houses over 122,000 volumes and over 25,000 audiovisual materials covering music, art, and theatre. The Library subscribes to approximately 500 periodicals.
Located on the lower level of the Fine Arts Library, the Fine Arts Computer Lab consists of two 20-seat classrooms and an area for general use computer workstations. It offers a wide variety of software and peripherals targeted for multimedia projects. Group study rooms are available for use on a first come basis or by advance reservation.
Funded by a generous endowment, the Little Fine Arts Library has an impressive collection and is expanding its collections continually.