Williamson Library

Southeastern’s Williamson Library houses a large microform collection (4,319) which includes The New York Times from its beginning in 1851 to a collection of local census and county records, and North Carolina historical newspapers.

The Williamson Library collection also includes over 61,500 books, more than 6500 audio-visual materials, and 40 print periodical subscriptions. The library provides access to the online catalog, local and NC LIVE databases, Research Guides, SCC Archives, and Veterans’ Oral History Project at the Williamson Library webpage.

Students, faculty, staff, and community members have access to not only local resources but in-state and out-of-state resources through an Interlibrary Loan Service.

The Williamson Library provides 14 computer workstations for students and community members. Individual and group study rooms are also available on a first-come, first-served basis. The open computer (16 computers) and tutoring lab, testing center, and Distance Learning Department are now housed in the library.

The library maintains daytime and evening hours Monday through Thursday and daytime hours on Friday when classes are in session.