Hornig Library of Environmental Studies

The Hornig Environmental Studies Library is named in honor of Prof. James F. Hornig, a founder of the Environmental Studies Program and Chair from 1974-1992. The collection reflects the mission of the ENVS Program, to provide an opportunity for undergraduates to assess the seriousness and complexity of environmental problems and to understand how to search for solutions to these problems.

Collections and Circulation

The library catalog is available on computer in the Hornig Library. Circulation is self-service and instructions for checking out materials are available in the library. Should you need assistance or have questions regarding the library, please contact the ENVS main office at (603) 646-2838.

Location and Hours

108 Fairchild Hall
Hours: 8:00-4:00 M-F

Support the Hornig Library

Those wishing to help build our library, and in turn thank Jim Hornig for his many contributions to ENVS and Dartmouth, may contribute gifts to the Hornig Fund by sending checks (payable to the Trustees of Dartmouth College) to the Arts & Sciences Development Office, Dartmouth College, 6045 Wentworth Room 302, Hanover, NH 03755.