A Haven for Studying and Learning.
The library is the heart of academic life at Northern Vermont University, and at our Lyndon and Johnson campus libraries, you'll find a warm, inviting environment to do your research, collaborate with classmates, and discover new ideas.
Samuel Read Hall Library at Lyndon
In addition to the library's holdings (more than 60,000 print volumes; over 100,000 managed electronic and print resources including periodicals, e-books, and e-reference sources; and 10,000 audio visual materials including music, films, and documentaries) you'll find a friendly, experienced staff to assist you with your research questions as well as the campus IT staff to help you access technology resources.
Willey Library and Learning Center at Johnson
The Johnson campus library's holdings consist of more than 111,000 volumes, 6,500 e-books, 384 print journals, and 36,000 e-journals. In addition to these resources, the library's friendly staff is available to assist you in locating the resources and technology you need to to take your research to the next level.