Bryant's Krupp Library
The Douglas and Judith Krupp Library houses nearly 150,000 print resources, books and periodicals and more than 85,000 electronic books and journals. Students also have access to 100 electronic databases.
The Krupp Library contains study rooms and seating for 600 students and is home to the C.V. Starr Financial Markets Center, which provides access to access to real-time market information.
Because of the support of alumni and friends, we are able to keep pace with evolving curriculum needs and advances in information technology.
A sampling of the innovative resources available to students include:
- Mintel Oxygen Academic database, a leading supplier of consumer-based market research that contains a wealth of downloadable research reports.
- Mango Languages, an online language-learning system that uses real-life situations and actual conversations to more effectively teach a new language.
- Morningstar Investment Research Center, which provides analysis on 1,700 stocks and 2,000 mutual funds.
- State-of-the-art BookScan station.
- Kurzweil 300, a scanning program that converts text to speech to help students who struggle with printed text to learn critical study skills and successfully complete writing projects.
In total, students visit the Krupp Library nearly 400,000 times each academic year. Your support ensures they have the latest resources to enhance their top-notch educational experiences.