The Leontyne Price Library (1970) is a three-level, modern award-winning building, with 30,440 square feet of useable space, modern equipment and comfortable furniture. It is located at the center of the campus and was dedicated on December 4, 1969, in honor of the famous Metropolitan Opera Star, Mary Violet Leontyne Price.
It contains over 125,000 volumes, microfilms, records, tapes (cassette and video); CD’s, DVD’s and over 300 current and bound periodical titles reflect the College’s mission in supporting the curriculum. The library is completely automated and equipped with the internet, and other online services.
The library has a seating capacity for 350 readers and space to house a collection of approximately 130,000 volumes. Some of the special features of the library include the listening room, specialty rooms, and several special collections: Roy Wilkins, United Methodist, and the International Culture Room.