Special Collections Reading Room

Warmly lit room with long tables, reading lamps, chairs, and bookshelvesA researcher looks at historical documents and uses a laptop computerStudent reading a special collections book.At a service desk, a user talks with a library staff member, who uses a laptop computer
Warmly lit room with long tables, reading lamps, chairs, and bookshelves
A researcher looks at historical documents and uses a laptop computer
Student reading a special collections book.
At a service desk, a user talks with a library staff member, who uses a laptop computer

Building: D. H. Hill Jr. Library

Floor: First Floor, East Wing

Rooms: 1128

The Special Collections Reading Room is a traditional quiet study space, and home for the library's collection of faculty publications.

More about the Special Collections Research Center (SCRC)

  •   What's inside?

    Furniture

    • Large tables

    Lighting

    Warm lighting

    Sound Level

    Hushed voices
  •   How do I get there?
    • Enter the Hill Library from the Hillsborough St. entrance.
    • Go straight through the gates and turn left.
    • Continue down the hallway until you reach the stairs and elevator.
    • Take the stairs or elevator to the first floor (1U).
    • Continue straight through the lobby and into the Learning Commons.
    • Continue straight through the Exhibit Gallery to reach the Special Collections Reading Room.
  •   Who do I contact?