The Hunt Library is the library for Daytona Beach and Worldwide students, faculty, and staff. The library is one of the larger units on campus with a full-time staff of 35 and approximately 20 student assistants. Noted for its customer-service philosophy, the library staff places a high value on student success.
Library Hours and Calendar
Regular and special hours for holidays.
Maps, Directions, and Parking
Help when visiting Hunt Library in Daytona Beach.
Library staff who provide assistance to campus departments.
Library staff who provide library instruction.
A list of Hunt Library policies and copyright information.
Hunt Library Employment
Job openings at Hunt Library in Daytona Beach.
What you can find in the Hunt Library print and online collections.
Materials recently added to the Hunt Library collection.
Information about the current and future Hunt Library.
Annual Reports and Strategic Plan
Vision and mission statements and strategic directions.
Who Was Jack R. Hunt?
A brief biography of the namesake of Hunt Library.
Hunt Library director and associate directors.
Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, and Media Services.
Electronic and Technical Services
Acquisitions, Cataloging, Electronics Services, and Scholarly Communications.
Research / Worldwide Library Services
Research, instruction, and other services.
Manages Scholarly Commons, the ERAU institutional repository.
Hunt Library Staff
A list of all library staff.
The Library, housed temporarily in the Student Center Annex, provides a variety of study/learning options: small group study rooms, individual study carrels, collaborative tables and leisure reading areas. Students come to the library to connect, reflect and study in the quiet zone or in conversation areas. The Library will relocate to the new Student Union/Library building when that building is complete.
"Our union will be cutting edge," said Rodney Cruise, vice president for administration. "The combination of library and student center will marry student experience to academic success. The addition of other key departments like Career Services also reflect our strong commitment to job placement after graduation. From design to student experience, this building will become a best demonstrated practice in higher education."
With a circular design and a roof inspired by a bird-in-flight, the new student union will be completed in 2018. The top two levels of the 178,100-square-foot building will contain the university's new library. Downstairs, students can get a Starbucks coffee or a meal in a number of different venues. They can register for classes at one of 135 computer stations, relax in one of 470 lounge seats, work in one of 40 group study rooms, look out from the rooftop terrace or attend an event in the state-of-the-art 600-seat event center. It will be a one-stop shop for students. Follow the progress of the new Student Union/Library.
Hunt Library has six small study rooms located on the north wall of the library. The rooms are for the use of active ERAU-affiliated students, faculty, or staff for individual or two-person study purposes. Study rooms are available via an online reservation system for up to two hours per day. See the Study Room Use Policy for details.
Hunt Library's electronic collection includes over 100 electronic databases providing access to electronic journals, eBooks, newsletters, technical reports, proceedings, documents, and streaming videos supporting the curriculum. The physical collection of curriculum-supporting materials includes periodicals, technical reports, microfiche, books, videos, and DVDs. Our leisure collection contains best-selling books and popular magazines. Read more about the Library Collection.
The Hunt Library staff includes 34 full-time employees: 20 professional librarians and 14 support staff. Approximately 25 student assistants are employed in the library during the academic terms. View and download an Organizational Chart of staff.
Research Services allocates department liaisons who provide a communication channel with faculty. Research librarians also offer library instruction for UNIV 101, undergraduate, and graduate programs.
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The Hunt Library accepts print donations as well as monetary contributions. Find out how you can donate to Hunt Library.