Students at the John Leland Center gain access to the Alma Hunt Library. Created in 1999 following a generous gift from its namesake, the library is at the center’s main campus in Arlington, Virginia.
The Alma Hunt Library hosts more than 14,000 volumes on a broad spectrum of topics, including Baptist studies, Biblical studies, and missions. As such, students and local clergy utilize the library as a valuable educational resource.
The Alma Hunt Library uses the Verso Library Catalog (VLC) to help students locates volumes. In addition to managing searches based on keywords, book titles, ISBNs, and author names, the VLC helps students monitor due dates, reserve items, and renew books online.