Opened in 1996, the Bunn Library is an architectural delight that houses a highly advanceD research and learning center with a capacity for nearly 100,000 volumes.

In addition to small group study rooms, individual study carrels, multiple computer labs, and a large community gathering room, the library includes an electronic classroom equipped with lap tops and a projection system for teaching an interactive learning. The library also offers a web-based catalog, a variety of over 40 online databases, electronic resources, an extensive ebook collection and wireless access.

Amid the learning technology, the Bunn Library’s comfortable seating provides a superb place to sit down and get lost in a great book.  Our ever increasing collection presently includes more than 65,000 volumes, more than 1500 video and dvd titles, and an extensive cd collection. The New Jersey Regional Library System and the OCLC Network provide interlibrary loan services from libraries throughout the county. Lawrenceville’s professional librarians offer general orientation sessions, teach classes on how to do research in specific disciplines and are available to assist individual students with curriculum integrated research projects.

Mission Statement

“The mission of the Bunn Library is to support the academic curriculum and residential life of the Lawrenceville community, to foster a love of reading, and to prepare Lawrenceville students for life-long learning and informed decision-making by being effective critical thinkers and ethical users and creators of information.”