The 2019 Lutnick Library renovation was designed to support multimodal learning, bringing together books, audiovisual materials, and digital texts. The building is flooded with natural light and seamlessly marries modern architecture with a charming historical building. Lutnick features a large Special Collections room to host classes and display artifacts, cozy study rooms and classrooms, a café, a theater room, and wide windows looking out on the natural landscape. It also maintains the leaded glass windows, antique woodwork, and stone fireplaces of the original building.
Designated parking for Admission visitors and those community members with parking permits.
Built in 1900 as the campus gymnasium, this now serves as our Visual Culture, Arts, and Media (VCAM) facility, bringing cutting-edge technology together with creative new ways of learning. The building houses the John B. Hurford ‘60 Center for the Arts and Humanities, the Haverford Innovations Program, Maker Arts space, a film and media studio, and much more.