The Vassar College libraries have extensive holdings in all of the disciplines recognized in the Media Studies Program appropriate to an undergraduate curriculum. In addition to the broad and diverse range of primary materials of particular value to students in Media Studies, the libraries also offer a variety of electronic resources and services to support our curriculum in Media Studies. The libraries have a highly-trained staff of professionals—many of whom have participated in past Media Studies faculty seminar activities—knowledgeable in print and digital resources for research in a large number of academic fields, including Media Studies.
The Vassar campus has a wide range of computing facilities to support the Media Studies program, including the Blodgett Anthropology Lab, the Computer and Information Services Multi Media Lab, and the Scientific Visualization Lab. These computing facilities each have highly-skilled professionals to provide training and support for both faculty and students.