With many libraries to meet your literary and research needs for education, business or pleasure, we’ll make sure you maintain your high I.Q.
Triangle Research Libraries Network - The Raleigh-Durham area’s greatest information assets are its four major research libraries—Duke University, NC State University, NC Central University, and UNC-Chapel Hill. These institutions work cooperatively with each other, area companies, and state initiatives such as MCNC (Microelectronics Center of North Carolina) and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center in a wide variety of areas. One of the best examples of this cooperation is the Triangle Research Libraries Network. Created in 1977, TRLN makes the combined resources of the university
North Carolina Central University Libraries - NC Central offers three facilities, including law and information sciences libraries.
Duke University Libraries - Duke University operates six libraries, including a music library and a fine arts library. In addition, the university operates a marine library in Beaufort, NC.
Durham County Libraries - Durham County Libraries operates one main library, four regional libraries, and three branches.
Durham Technical Community College – Durham Tech provides two libraries in Durham County – one houses collections which support many of the college’s programs, while the other serves as a resource for small business support.
Chapel Hill Public Library - The Chapel Hill Public Library has one main library.
Durham Technical Community College, Orange County Campus – Durham Tech provides a main library for research assistance at it’s Orange County campus.
Orange County Public Library - The Orange County Library has one main library and two branches.
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Libraries - UNC offers multiple library facilities, including a health sciences library and a law library.
The Wake County Library System - The Wake County Public Library System operates 14 branches and six regional libraries in 10 municipalities
North Carolina State University Libraries - NC State University operates 6 libraries, including a library on main campus, Centennial Campus and Centennial Biomedical Campus. Hunt Library on Centennial Campus is a state-of-the-art library and one of the top rated libraries in the U.S.The university also offers libraries specific to design, textile and natural resource studies.