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Changes in user services

Some changes in user services are coming to the South Caroliniana Library this fall, as the staff prepares the building for a series of renovations. Beginning in September 2014 staff will begin relocating some collections, and access to materials may be delayed. Researchers should contact reference staff in advance of their visits to allow for the delivery of collection items to the library. All reference services are provided in the second floor reading room. Due to renovations scheduled to be underway this fall, class sessions and other meetings can no longer be held in the South Caroliniana Library; instead, collections curators will gladly work with faculty to schedule lectures and instructional sessions in their classrooms. The Library will be closed every Friday as a staff work day in conjunction with the move of collection materials. The library staff asks for users’ patience and understanding during this time.

The Library will be closed for the Labor Day holiday on Saturday, August 30, and Monday, September 1.

"Robert Marvin: Father of Southern Landscape Architecture"

An exhibit on the life and career of South Carolina native Robert Marvin (1919 - 2001), considered by many to be the South’s most influential landscape architect.

On display in the Lumpkin Foyer through August 30, 2014.

 


Hours

8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday

Closed
Friday

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturday  
  

Location

The intersection of Sumter and College Streets on the historic Horseshoe. Please bring a photo ID.

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Contact Us

South Caroliniana Library
910 Sumter St.
University of South Carolina
Columbia, S.C. 29208

803-777-3132 (Phone)
803-777-5747 (Fax)
sclref@mailbox.sc.edu 
 

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