Examine hundreds of thousands of digitized rare, fragile, historic and unique books, pamphlets, posters, diaries, manuscripts, maps, music, newspapers, photographs, postcards and more held at the libraries.
As a Regional Federal Depository Library and South Carolina’s only European Union depository, we house rich collections of government information, as well as maps, historical atlases, aerial photos and microform materials.
Explore this vast collection which includes early medieval manuscripts, historical collections, literature, natural history and science, philosophy and religious studies, and bibliography and the book arts.
The LTS office at Thomas Cooper Library provides systems and desktop support, web design, and development services to University Libraries.
Located on the historic Horseshoe, our museum is free and open to the public. We’re home to more than 140,000 objects including one of the most extensive natural science collections in the Southeast.
Borrow books, musical scores, print journals, audio and video recordings, and access multiple music databases. Archival collections can be viewed by appointment.
Learn about all aspects of society, communities, people and progress when you explore the collections of politicians, political parties, activists and more at this archive dedicated to contemporary government.
Explore South Carolina, from manuscripts that document its early agricultural beginnings to collections that detail space exploration, at this landmark library that first opened its doors in 1820.