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About the Skinner Music Library

Located on the University of Northern Colorado campus near the corner of 10th Avenue and 16th Street, the Howard M. Skinner Music Library specializes in curricular support of the School of Music and Musical Theatre Programs but is open to everyone.

Our collections, comprising more than 100,000 scores, books, periodicals, and recordings, are housed in a state-of-the-art facility that opened in October 1997.  In 2005, the building was named for Dr. Howard M. Skinner, former Dean of the College of Performing and Visual Arts, in honor of his many years of dedication to UNC and to the Greeley music community.

Groundbreaking for the current structure began in 1996.  The library was relocated from cramped quarters in Frasier Hall into the Skinner Music Library building in 1997.

Exterior of Skinner Music Library