The UNCSA Archives staff is excited to introduce the new UNCSA Archives Digital Collections, your portal to digitized material from the Archives. Here you can search or browse over 13,000 digitized photographs and posters from the Archives collections.
Melissa MacLeod will join the Writing Center staff starting Sept. 13. She also teaches literature and writing courses in the Division of Liberal Arts. She shares the Writing Center's commitment to a relaxed and non-judgmental environment where students can seek help for any classroom assignments or personal writing projects.
Students, faculty and staff have access to The New York Times, compliments of UNCSA. Learn how to activate your account.
Olivia Carteaux is the librarian for collections, drama and dance. They look forward to collaborations with faculty and students to develop rich collections and to provide instruction and research guides to enrich the student experience.
The Library has recently upgraded its search interface for books, articles, scores, streaming films and more. You'll be able to find electronic and print resources together, refine your results with facets and place requests. Give it a try.
In honor of Ludwig Beethoven's 250th birthday, the Library has gathered resources on the composer available to the UNCSA campus community!
An exhibit of students' work in watercolor is display on the second floor of the Library and Learning Commons. The studies were made during a course taught by Design & Production faculty member John Coyne, and will be on view through the spring.
The Library reminds you to return any books you have checked out. Contact the staff if you need your book during Winter Break. Library hours are modified during Winter Break.