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About Snell Library (Boston)

Snell Library is located at 376 Huntington Avenue in the heart of Northeastern University’s Boston, Massachusetts campus. The Northeastern University Library is the hub of campus intellectual life. Resources include close to 500,000 print volumes, over 800,000 e-books, over 100,000 electronic journals, and over 100,000 streaming audio and visual titles. The Snell Library building welcomes… Read more »

Contact Info

Subject Guides offer suggestions, recommendations, and a librarian who can help you Research tutorials provide help with online searching Report a problem if you need tech support or help with online access Contact us toll-free at (855) 618-7512

Home Page

Library Hours Boston (Snell Library) Building open 24 hours with a valid Husky card. Oakland (F. W. Olin Library) Hours vary Have A Question? FAQs Chat with a Librarian 24/7 Send us an Email Global Campus PortalsCampus-specific information for students not based in Boston Reserve A Study RoomBookable during library service hours Printing & ScanningSupported by Information… Read more »

Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning Support Access library support for your teaching and learning. Request a library session for your class Request a Recording Studio session for your class Course planning resources offered by the library Library workshops What Does Library Support Look Like? Synchronous Course Support Introduction to library resources Meet your subject librarian or specialist… Read more »

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Northeastern University Library actively pursues a society free of racism and universally committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Vocal support for social justice is essential but not enough. Commitment to these central values and antiracism must come in the form of consistent, concrete actions in our daily work as individuals and through large-scale initiatives… Read more »

Mission & Quick Facts

Mission The mission of the Northeastern University Library is rooted in both the special role libraries play in education, knowledge, and society, as well as in the unique way that Northeastern University pursues learning and research, and how our university aims to have a positive impact in the world. We seek to maximize that improvement… Read more »

Grant Writing

Grant-Funded Projects The library helps develop external funding proposals to support the university’s research mission. In particular, we can help with projects that involve the library’s collections and areas of research expertise. The library can support you in: Data management planning Digitization Guidance on digital research and publishing platforms Assistance with digital humanities project teams,… Read more »

Recording Studios

The Recording Studios will be closing on December 15th, 2023 as part of the Snell renovation project.  The Studios will reopen in the Fall Semester, 2024.  Studio staff will remain available to assist you with your recording and post-production questions.   For helpful teaching and learning support use the Studios’ Digital Media Toolkit. Faculty may… Read more »

Teaching with the Recording Studios Remotely

The Northeastern University Library’s Recording Studios offers opportunities for learning best practices in media production from basic through advanced levels. Staff collaborate with faculty across the curriculum to help design, plan and implement media-based assignments throughout the semester. Planning effective media assignments We recommend that you plan one semester in advance, particularly if you want… Read more »

Departmental Directory

Archives & Special Collections NUASC collects and preserves Northeastern’s history and houses and carefully curates a diverse and growing collection of historical records relating to Boston’s fight for social justice. We make available the history of Boston’s social movements, including civil and political rights, immigrant rights, and urban and environmental justice, as well as Boston’s… Read more »