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Research & Design Assistance: How to Request

Meet with a Librarian or Archivist

Please fill out the form below to make an appointment with a research librarian or archivist.

Can't set up an appointment or have a quick question? Email, or contact an archivist:

Research & Design Services

Research Librarians

Meet with a librarian to discuss your research topic, choose search tools, and explore research strategies. Librarians are available by appointment and for drop-in hours from:

  • Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday: 9 am - 5 pm and 7 pm - 9pm 
  • Friday: 9 am - 5 pm

Research Consultants

Meet with a Research Consultant to get started and unstuck with your research-based assignments. You can discuss how to become more familiar and comfortable using the library's resources and services, your ideas and interests surrounding your research assignment, and how to begin the research process.

  • Sunday-Thursday: 8-11 pm

Archives & Special Collections

Meet with an archivist or librarian to discuss primary source research, college and local history, rare books, and justice, equality, and community initiatives. Archivists are available by appointment from:

  • Monday-Friday: 9 am - 5 pm 
  • Tuesday-Wednesday: 7 pm - 9 pm

Media Consultants

Get help on a variety of digital media projects, using technology platforms such as Davidson Domains, the Adobe Creative Suite, iMovie, podcasting, and more.

  • Sunday-Thursday: 8 pm - 11 pm

More Ways to Get Research Assistance

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Ask for a Librarian at the Information Desk


Email a Research Librarian:
Email an Archivist:


Call the Information Desk: 704-894-2331
Call the Archives & Special Collection: 704-894-2158

Questions? Need help? Ask a Librarian
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