The 10 Best Libraries near Raleigh, North Carolina
- 2 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Libraries near Raleigh are:
- Hunt Library bookBot, NC State University (5/5)
- Carlyle Campbell Library (5/5)
- Harrye B. Lyons Design Library (5/5)
- William Rand Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine (5/5)
- James E Cheek Learning Resources Center (5/5)
- Supreme Court Library (5/5)
- Lucy Cooper Finch Library (5/5)
- Northeast Regional Library (4.8/5)
- James B. Hunt Jr. Library (4.7/5)
- D. H. Hill Jr. Library (4.7/5)
Here is a review from an user.
NCSU library is so big and fully automated. Students have their seperate pc to sit and do their studies, research work in isolation. Library maintain pindrop silance. The book storage is fully automated with robot. Issue and receipt of books is through Robot only. Taking books from book rack with automated search is done by Robot only.
Only thing I would love to see is more comfortable furniture to study.
Nice library and friendly staff!
A beautiful library. I went to a Black Poetry Symposium that hosted amazing talent.
A library with a small coffee shop. Serves everything from Starbucks coffees to slushies. Also has snack food like chips and candy along with prewrapped sandwiches.
My family loves this library. The have plenty of book options for all ages, the librarians are helpful and knowledgeable and there are plenty of places in the library to work, read, or just find some quiet time.
Hunt Library is one of the nations best libraries and has ton of room for collaboration and lots of great nooks to study in. It is an architectural and design masterpiece and is the centerpiece of centennial campus at NC State.
North Carolina State University Raliegh library is a huge and very nice place for students to study here. It is peaceful and all facilities are available here. It is open *7 for the students. Therefore the students here study and do their research work in an excellent manner. They have the personal computer and login to access online books and journals.