Cooper Library, a six-floor building at the center of campus, is the main library. In it you will find books, media, and technology to borrow; a variety of study spaces, the Adobe Digital Studio, the CCIT Support Center, and a convenience store. Cooper is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, with additional hours on weekends. Get answers to all your questions at the Library Services desk or via chat or text message.
Located in Lee Hall, the Emery A. Gunnin Architecture Library supports programs in art, architecture, city and regional planning, construction, landscape architecture, real estate development, and historic preservation.
Special Collections and Archives, on the lower level of the Strom Thurmond Institute, houses the rare book collection, University Archives, manuscript collections, photographs, audio-visual material, and artifacts.
Education Media Center and Digital Media Learning Lab
The Education Media Center (EMC) is a curriculum materials library located in 212 Tillman Hall that primarily supports Clemson University’s College of Education by providing textbooks and workbooks in many subject areas, children and young adult literature, A/V and educational technology, digital and media resources, manipulatives, kits, games, assessment materials, and more! The Digital Media Learning Lab (DML Lab) in 213 Tillman Hall provides additional spaces, collections, and services to support the exploration, development, and utilization of educational apps and gaming, coding, virtual and augmented reality, video, audio, and 3D printing production, and other emerging STEAM and digital media technologies.
The Library Depot, which opened in 2012, is located at the Clemson Research Park in Anderson, SC. It houses the University Records Center, off-site shelving of library materials, the library technical services unit, and the digital imaging labs.
Located in the Clemson Design Center in Charleston, the Clemson Design Center Library (CDCL) is home to 3,200+ books, journals, and DVDs supporting the Clemson University School of Architecture’s Charleston-based design and preservation programs. The growing collection’s strengths are historic preservation; modern and contemporary architecture, design, and design theory; resilient urban design; and local and regional design and building history.
Now is an exciting time on Clemson's campus as we evolve towards making sure we can always fit the needs of our community. To this end, parking and navigation options change frequently. Visit the Parking Services for the most up-to-date and detailed information on getting around campus and parking.
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