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Academic Resources

Library books

At the UNH Tuscany Campus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of resources to help you in your studies. The Tuscany Campus maintains a library of books pertinent to the courses offered in Prato. Both Prato and nearby Florence have public libraries where you can read, study or do further research. In addition, you have access to UNH’s collection of online databases and e-books. 

  1. Malaparte Library

    The Tuscany Campus library houses all of the books you need for the required readings in all of your courses, as well as chairs and a sofa for sitting and reading. You can borrow books through the honor system, which means we simply ask you to fill out the lending booklet whenever you take a book away. Lending is restricted to 48 hours at a time to allow you to access all of the books when you need them. 

    Malaparte library

  2. Library in Prato

    Biblioteca Lazzerini : Via Puccetti 3, Prato

    The Lazzerini library is the biggest in Prato, located behind the Textile Museum, is also a meeting place for many young people in Prato. Inside there are reading rooms, an internet point, wi-fi and many foreign magazines. There is a café and a courtyard in front of the library where many events are held.

    Hours: Mondays 2 pm–8 pm; from Thursday to Friday 9.30 am–8 pm; Saturdays 9.30 am–2 pm; closed Sundays and holidays. 

    Lazzerini library

  3. Library in Florence

    Bibloteca delle Oblate : via dell'Oriuolo 26, Florence

    The Oblate library is set in a former convent just a few blocks from the city’s cathedral or Duomo, and a few minutes’ walk from the main railway station. It offers books available for borrowing in Italian and other languages, including English; periodicals; CDs and DVDs; reading rooms; wi-fi access; cultural events; and a highly popular terrace café on its top floor with fabulous views of the cathedral dome. The library is a great place to study or learn a bit of Italian from the local students you’ll often meet there.

    Hours: Mondays 2 pm–7 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday 9 am–Midnight; closed Sundays and holidays.

    Oblate library Photo: Biblioteca delle Oblate, bibliotecadelleoblate.comune.fi.it

  4. UNH Online Resources

    Students also have access to the online resources offered through UNH’s library system (http://www.newhaven.edu/library/), including an extensive collection of databases and e-books. 

  1. Meet the Tuscany Campus Faculty

    Visit our Prato Faculty page to meet our faculty members!