Answered By: Betsy Fronk Last Updated: Nov 08, 2016 Views: 669
The Augusta R. Kolwyck Library and Information Commons is located on the first floor of the Instructional Materials Center (IMC) in the center of Chattanooga State's Main Campus. Here's a link to a campus map.
The Library provides online resources for academic journal articles, books, videos, music, art images, etc. The library also includes over 62,000 books, 300 print periodical subscriptions, DVDs, and CDs, plus over 50,000 books online. In addition, the Library and Information Commons has over 120 computers available for use by students and the public. Printing is available from these computers for a small charge.
Library staff provide individualized and classroom research instruction for students, faculty, and staff. Reference librarians are available during all the hours the library is open. Students use their Chattanooga State I.D. card to check out books. Community members may apply for a library card by presenting a valid driver’s license.
For much of the year, the Kolwyck Library and Information Commons (KLIC) is open 7 days a week. For specific hours and other information, please visit Kolwyck Library home page or call the library at 423-697-4448.