Join the library for a talk by Dr. James Costa, evolutionary biologist, who will provide some context about the differences between what our DNA tells us and current understandings of ethnicity. This is a Degree Plus event and part of the Defining America campus theme. The talk is open to WCU students, faculty, and staff only. Register here
The film Green Book won 3 Golden Globe awards this week. The movie title refers to an essential guide for African-American travelers, who often encountered segregation and discrimination throughout their journeys. “What is the Green Book and where can I find a copy?” is a reference question we got at Hunter Library several years ago. Find the full answer, including why they are called "green books" here
Our New Parent Room is available for library visitors to attend to the needs of small children. The private room is furnished with a changing table and seating for lactation.
Visit the circulation desk for more information and to obtain an access code to the room.
Hunter Library's accessibility services include the PEARL Instant Text Reader Station, which scans print documents to convert text to audio. Patrons also have access to an electronic magnifier for any print materials.
These stations are located near the reference desk. Visit our service desks for assistance.
With the equipment available in the Scholar Studio, you can record and edit audio and video, design and print digital graphics, create multimedia materials for presenting your research findings, and collaborate with other scholars both in person and remotely. The studio is located on the main floor of Hunter Library. MORE
For links to federal and state tax sites including publications, forms, and help resources for filing taxes see our income tax guide.