Library collections & floor map
The leisure reading collection is composed of selected new fiction and nonfiction popular reading titles leased through McNaughton. Titles in this collection are shelved on the first floor near the front door (fiction is closest to the stairs; nonfiction, closest to the front door). They circulate for four weeks.
Leisure Reading
Got questions about academic requirements? Wondering which courses you should take? Need help with note-taking, test-taking, or other study skills? The Office of Student Success is here to help you, providing programs and services to aid you in your academic and personal development.
Office of Student Success
Come to the reference desk for research consultation, citation assistance, general library questions and much more.
Reference Desk
Check out books, class reserves, laptops, headphones, cameras, dry-erase boards, and other useful gadgets.
Circulation Desk
This represents our physical collection of journals, magazines, and newspapers, whose use is limited to the library (except for faculty/staff, who may check them out with the assistance of a librarian).
Periodicals
This collection consists of numerous multivolume encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference volumes whose use is limited to the library (except for faculty/staff, who may check them out with the assistance of a librarian).
Reference
Complete with diner-style booths and café tables and some vending of food and drinks.
Learning Café
Computer Workstations
Computer Workstations
Computer Workstations
Librarian Offices
Features an interactive Promethean ActivBoard with ceiling-mounted projector and an ActivSlate for mobile use throughout the classroom, as well as ActivExpress interactive voting technology (32 clickers). In addition, we have purchased an HP Touchsmart for the instructor’s computer, complete with wireless keyboard and mouse.

Capacity: 24

Library Technology Classroom
U.S. Government documents are materials produced by an agency of the federal government. Since 1930, Hackney Library has been a U.S. Depository Library. This status greatly strengthens the library's holdings and means that we have the opportunity of selecting whichever government documents we wish to receive in paper format on a continuing basis. The library selects those paper documents that appear to be the most useful to our students, faculty and community users.
Government Documents
This collection consists of videotapes, CDs, DVDs, and is located on the second floor adjacent to the Curriculum Lab.
Audiovisuals
Future home of the Hackney Library Archives!
Hackney Library Archives
The K.D. Kennedy, Jr. Rare Book Room contains books with a special emphasis on Scottish culture including literature, history and philosophy in keeping with the founders of Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Alexander Campbell and Barton Stone both of whom were of Scottish ancestry. Other interests in this collection are materials related to Celtic language cultures, books published in Great Britain before 1640 and books published in the coastal region of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia before 1820.
K.D. Kennedy Rare Book Room
Here are found materials appropriate for teachers of elementary and secondary school age students, literature anthologies, juvenile books and picture books, curriculum guides, and elementary and secondary school textbooks.
Curriculum Lab
These rooms are ideal for small groups and one-on-one tutoring. The rooms have blackboards, and chalk is available at the circulation desk. Both rooms are equipped with A/V stations, allowing users to play VHS or DVDs.

Capacity: 4-6

Small Group Study Rooms
Books that are works of fiction (literature and selected popular fiction) are located in the Fiction collection near the stairs on the second floor. These may be checked out at the circulation desk.
Fiction
This is our largest collection and represents the bulk of our circulating collection (items that can be checked out).
General Collection
These one person study rooms are intended for students who want no interruptions while they work on their research. The library has 9 rooms and 5 are equipped with desktop computers.
Single Person Study Rooms
These one person study rooms are intended for students who want no interruptions while they work on their research. The library has 9 rooms and 5 are equipped with desktop computers.
Single Person Study Rooms
Future home of the Discipliana Archives!
Discipliana Archives
Last Updated: January 20th, 2017