Huber Hall

Huber Hall contains classrooms, faculty offices, the Academic Computing Center, the New Media Institute (multimedia lab) and the Medaille College Library. The building is named in honor of Dr. Alice Huber, SSJ, President of the College, 1968-1974.


Library services, including the on-line catalog, 24/7 access to on-line research information, and over 3,000 full text online periodical titles, are accessible through the library's website.

Cooperative arrangements with various colleges and universities in the area and across the state provide access to a wide range of research materials. In addition, the Library contains approximately 55,000 print volumes and 350 print periodical titles. Individual study carrels, study tables, and an informal lounge area are available for the convenience of students.

Academic Computing Center

The Academic Computing Center consists of two electronic classrooms and an open lab containing PCs. Each computer has the standard software for students to work on their academic assignments and to keep in touch with family at home, including Microsoft Office and multimedia applications.

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