About the Haskell Library
Students taking advantage of the library's group study area and electronic resources.
Haskell Memorial Library is located at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville, a regional campus in a rural community in northwestern Pennsylvania. Founded the same year as the Titusville Campus in 1963, the library has been housed in various locations throughout the community. It moved to its present location in September 1975. Haskell Memorial Library was established to provide academic support and to serve the research needs of the Titusville Campus' students, faculty and staff. Currently the library contains over 40,000 volumes and provides access to a vast array of information resources through the University Library System's Digital Library. In addition to the library, the building also houses classrooms, an auditorium, a computer center, and the UPT Nursing Program. Here at Haskell we are dedicated to working with the UPT Community to fulfill their information needs. We can assist you with finding a reliable book or journal article, show you how to search a database, or help you locate citation guides. Whatever you need, we are always happy to help. With an auditorium, classrooms, the PTA and Nursing Program offices, and a learning and computer center housed within the same building, Haskell is a hub of activity and a great place to hang.
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