The Harold B. Lee Library Mission Statement
The Harold B. Lee Library supports the academic and religious mission of Brigham Young University and its sponsor, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Library’s mission is to acquire, organize, preserve, and make readily available collections of scholarly and related materials in all media; to assist patrons in finding and using information available at the University and elsewhere; and to encourage lifelong learning.
Interim University Librarian
- 2060 HBLL
- (801) 422-4202
Responsible for the overall administration and management of the Harold B. Lee Library.
C. Jeffrey Belliston
Senior Associate University Librarian
- 2074 HBLL
- (801) 422-7743
Responsible for day-to-day operational issues in the Library and directly oversees the areas of process improvement, building management, and personnel. The Senior Associate University Librarian acts in the stead of the University Librarian during his/her absence.
J. Michael Hunter
Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning
- 2064 HBLL
- (801) 422-2905
Responsible for the Library’s programs related to research consultations and library instruction. Administers all discipline-specific and specialized service points, including help desks for the Humanities, the Sciences, the Social Sciences, Special Collections, Music, Religion, Family History, the Experiential Lab, the Experiential Studio, Geospatial Services & Training, Media Production, Software Training, the Multimedia Lab, Online Learning, and the Research and Writing Center. Administers the subject librarian liaison program and programs of the Special Collections curators. Also has responsibility for the Library Instruction program and the Education in Zion Gallery in the Joseph F. Smith Building.
Interim Associate University Librarian for Collection Services
- 2064 HBLL
- (801) 422-2933
Responsible for the administration and planning of Library’s collection development and collections management objectives, including materials acquisition; information licensing; circulation, reserve, interlibrary loan; scholarly communications; conservation and book repair; stacks management; and digitization and digital preservation of library materials.
Interim Associate University Librarian for Metadata and Information Technology
- 2066 HBLL
- (801) 422-4185
Responsible for administration of the library’s metadata and information technology objectives, including IT operations, library information systems, software engineering, IT research and development, archival processing, cataloging, metadata, and authorities.
- 2060 HBLL (LAO Reception)
- 8am – 5pm (Mon – Fri)
If you are interested in employment opportunities at the Library, contact Library Human Resources.
The Library’s Memorial Program is a plan where friends of BYU can memorialize a loved one through contributions to the University libraries. For a minimum contribution of $10, a book will be placed in the Harold B. Lee Library in memory of your loved one. Acknowledgment of your gift is sent immediately to the family of the deceased. A special bookplate will be placed in the book, giving the name of the person being memorialized and the name of the donor.
For further information on how you can contribute to this program, contact the Library Administrative Offices at (801) 422-2905 or at email@example.com.