Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where are the branch and affiliate libraries?
The NCSU Libraries is made up of the two main libraries: the D. H. Hill Library on Central Campus and the James B. Hunt Jr. Library on Centennial Campus; and three branch libraries serving the colleges of Design, Natural Resources, Textiles, and Veterinary Medicine. These branches are located with the colleges that they serve. The affiliated libraries/reading rooms are the African American Cultural Center Reading Room and the College of Education Media Center.
Natural Resources Library
Veterinary Medicine Library
Affiliated Libraries and Reading Rooms:
African American Cultural Center Reading Room
College of Education Media Center
Virtual Tour of NCSU Libraries
- What are the options for using library computers at D. H. Hill Library and James. B Hunt Library for Friends of the Library, affiliates, and guests from Duke University or any of the UNC-system universities?
- Do you have any preparation materials for taking various exams related to veterinary medicine?
- Where can I find a map of D. H. Hill Library (call numbers, service desks, rooms)?
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