The Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery was dedicated in 1982 in honor of the founding UMBC Chancellor, Albin Owings Kuhn, and remains a centerpiece for UMBC’s main campus. The library houses many collections, including books & bound journals, e-books, photograph sets, microform pieces, audio recordings, and government documents. With space to study for over one thousand occupants, the library serves to foster success of our students and faculty by providing information and high-quality resources to this research university.
The main website for the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery allows access to their general services, including their journal databases and extensive inventory search engine.
As a graduate student, you will find the library an invaluable resource that can support you in your coursework and independent research.
Here are a few of the services that the library offers:
- Research Resources
- Teaching Support
- Dissertation & Thesis Support
- Lockers Services & Graduate Study Space
- Leisure Reading Collections
Visit their site to find more detail on specific Services for Graduate Students.