Hubbard and McAlister Libraries
Completed in 2009, the David Allan Hubbard Library, named for the seminary’s third president, has been a rich educational resource for the Fuller community and beyond. More than only holding growing collections, the library has been used for lectures, an art gallery, computer lab, tutoring services, archives, and more.
Before the David Allan Hubbard Library was built, Fuller Seminary worked with Amelie McAlister to build a library in memory of her father William H. McAlister. For many decades, students used the library for studying, Greek audio lessons, and more.