Library Services

Your Library Account - View or renew your checked out items, see if a requested item is on hold for you, and view unpaid fines. You can also set up preferred searches.

For Faculty and Staff – Everything faculty and staff need to know about the library – all in one place!

For Students - Everything students need to know about the library – all in one place!

For Visitors – Information for visitors who are not faculty, staff, or students.

Not in Cullowhee? - Whether you are an online or distance student, or just working from home, these are the resources you need to use the library.

Circulation - How to check out a book, laptop, video, etc. – and how long you get to keep them!  This page answers your questions about library access policies.

ABC Express - A delivery service operated by UNC-A (Asheville), ASU (Boone), and WCU (Cullowhee)If you need a book or journal that is not held in your library, students and faculty may be able to obtain it through ABC Express. If one of the other two libraries owns the item, ABC Express can usually have it for you in one to four days!

Interlibrary Loan - Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service to obtain library materials that are not owned by Hunter Library or available from our network libraries at UNC-Asheville and Appalachian State through ABC Express. If you need a book, journal article, or other document for university-related purposes, give us the citation and we will locate and obtain it for you

Information Literacy - Details about information literacy and related library services for students and faculty. Faculty are encouraged to request a class session or talk to your library liaison about ways to help your students find, evaluate, and use information effectively.

 

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