We own a collection of over a million print and electronic books and subscribes to more than 12,000 journals, the majority of which are available electronically.
Special Collections includes the Union College Archives, special book collections, manuscripts, maps, photographs, sound recordings, ephemera, three dimensional objects and other primary source materials.
Holding over 2,500 works of art and artifacts, UCPC's mission is to enhance the academic programs and the cultural life of the Union College Community and the public.
Originally founded in 1979, The Adirondack Research Library is a large specialized library collection outside the "Blue Line" concerning the history and culture of the Adirondacks.
Union | Digital Works is Union College's institutional repository, reflecting the research, scholarly, and creative output of the Union College community. It preserves and provides access to a growing list of collections, including senior honors theses and projects.
The Lally room of the Schaffer Library holds rotating exhibit showcases that feature a variety of prominent historical pieces, including works from the John Audubon Birds of America collection.
Fitz Hugh Ludlow, Class of 1856, was many things in his brief 34 years: a short story writer, poet, drama and music critic, explorer and drug treatment pioneer.
Inaugurated in 1995, the Mandeville Gallery is located on the second floor of Union College’s national historic landmark, the Nott Memorial. The Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the work of contemporary artists and exploring the links between the arts and sciences.
The Wikoff Student Gallery holds exhibitions of work by current students and is located on the third floor of the Nott Memorial.