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Misenheimer Campus Library
The Gustavus Adolphus Pfeiffer Library is the main branch of the Pfeiffer library system. It houses over 125,000 volumes and maintains extensive print and online journal subscriptions. The library is open seven days a week during the fall and spring semesters, and is located on the Misenheimer Campus next to the Student Center. The library employs four professional librarians and provides one dozen computers for research database use.
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Hours change during breaks and holidays.
Charlotte Campus Library
The Charlotte Campus library is located within the main building of Pfeiffer University at Charlotte. The library houses more than 12,000 books to serve the programs at that campus. A computer lab for student use provides access to the research databases of the Pfeiffer library system, as well as Internet access and word processing. Both libraries are fully connected and integrated, providing students the opportunity to use the resources located at either location.
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RTP Campus/Distance Education Libraries
In order to better support the educational needs of Pfeiffer's distance education students, the Pfeiffer library system has negotiated cooperative agreements with libraries close to the RTP campus and all distance education sites. All distance education students have access to both the print and online resources of the two branches of the Pfeiffer library system. These resources can be accessed either through the library web site or through direct email or telephone contact with Pfeiffer librarians. In addition, the distance education cooperative libraries provide book checkout privileges, online research access, and face-to-face research assistance. For a list of the cooperative agreements available in your area, go to the Distance Education Libraries page. The off-campus database access page explains how to obtain access to the G.A. Pfeiffer Library research databases.
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