Are you ready for the new academic year? The University Libraries can help you get off to a good start! Learn more about Carolina’s libraries at Weeks of Welcome events, explore campus with curated virtual tours and enjoy all the free resources your libraries offer. Then, sign up for the student newsletter to get the latest library events, tips and news all year long.
Start the year by checking out a range of events that will help you get to know The University Libraries and the resources they offer. From guided tours to Library Mini Golf, there are plenty of ways to get involved!
Are you new to Chapel Hill and trying to learn your way around campus? Returning to Carolina and wanting to dig deeper? Either way, the Library’s self-guided tours will help you map things out.
Try these tours to learn about Carolina history through three different lenses:
- The Black and Carolina Blue Tour
- Climbing The Hill: Women in the History of UNC
- Queerolina: Experiences of Place and Space Through Oral Histories
The libraries on Carolina’s campus offer a wide range of resources and study spaces. With so many options, it can be hard to choose the best place to work. To help you get started, we’re highlighting 10 Library spaces you won’t want to miss.
The Library isn’t just your one-stop-shop for research and learning — it’s also a source of entertainment and news. Explore the Library’s popular book, e-book, and audiobook collections; claim your free subscriptions to the New York Times and Washington Post;, and stream movies and television online.
Not sure what to read or watch? Get personalized recommendations from your librarians!
Sign up for the Library’s monthly newsletter and get just-in-time tools for academic success; staff picks for streaming, reading, and listening; and fun highlights from the archives.