Students have been working on using library skills so they can successfully utilize all of the options and resources that libraries have to offer.
Pattee Library, located on the main Penn State University campus, was established in 1857. The library was named after Fred Lewis Pattee, who is regarded as the first professor of American Literature and the author of the Penn State Alma Mater. Pattee Library has a circulation of 894,155 books with 14 subject libraries at University Park and libraries at 22 other locations. Pattee Library was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.