Approaching 3 million books and more than 31,000 e-journals and book subscriptions, Marriott Library has collections in Western Americana, the Middle East, and Mormon history, among others. The library also contains more than 250,000 maps, an extensive collection of audiovisual materials, and many microforms.
Open to all university students and the general public, the S.J. Quinney Law Library houses more than 200,000 books and monographs, and is one of the major law libraries in the Intermountain West.
The Eccles Health Sciences Library serves the educational, research, and clinical needs of health professionals at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center and throughout the Intermountain region. The library features a technology forum that outlines electronic information resources and current trends in the use of computers and online technologies for accessing these resources.
A new 74,000-square-foot museum, twice the size of the former art museum, features a central grand gallery, a 300-seat auditorium, café, museum store, board room, education center, sculpture terrace, various public meeting spaces, conference rooms, and 31,500 square feet of changing and permanent exhibition space. The Utah Museum of Fine Arts has a comprehensive collection from all over the world with over 15,000 works of art.
Completely renovated and transformed, the David P. Gardner Hall now contains the Elizabeth Libby Gardner Concert Hall, featuring seating for 680 and a three-manual, mechanical-action organ of approximately 60 ranks. Truly a place for music, Gardner Hall is a musicians dream, with rehearsal and recital rooms, piano labs, studios and practice rooms, archival space, and a library.
One of the leading cancer research organizations in the country, the multimillion-dollar research Huntsman Cancer Institute draws internation-ally renowned cancer experts to its state-of-the-art facility. Structured to encourage the exchange of information across traditional scientific boundaries and to make it easier for doctors and scientists to work together efficiently, the institute fosters work on all aspects of cancer, with an emphasis on investigating the genetic basis of the disease.