UNG's Gainesville Campus Library
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The Gainesville Campus library offers study space, computer workstations, librarian assistance, and a selection of books, DVDs and periodicals.
Maps and Directions
For faculty, staff, and students with valid UNG parking permits, Lot B is the parking lot closest to the Hosch Library.
Visitors to the UNG-Gainesville Campus should contact Parking Services by email: email@example.com, phone: 678-717-3914, or visiting the Card Services Office in the Student Center.
3820 Mundy Mill Rd.
Oakwood, GA 30566
P.O. Box 1358
Gainesville, GA 30503
The Hosch Library circulates the following technology to UNG students and employees for seven days. Patrons are limited to one iPad or laptop checkout at a time.
- Dell laptops
- Calculators are available for checkout at the ACTT Center in the Watkins building
- No food, beyond small individual snacks, is allowed.
- Cooked or heated foods are not allowed.
- Drinks with lids are allowed.
All spills should be reported to a library staff member immediately.
The Hosch Library has 11 study rooms.
- Study rooms are available on a first come first serve basis for group use and single users.
- Groups have priority for study room use.
- Single users must cede the room at a group’s request.
- One room is technology-enhanced and equipped with a computer, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, and wall-mounted projection screen.
- One room is a silent study room with study carrels and armchairs.
- Computers are available on both floors of the library with the majority housed on the first floor.
- Patrons with computer guest passes must use the computers on the first floor.
- Black and white printers
- Color printer
- Available to UNG students, faculty, and staff only
Faxing, Scanning, and Photocopying
Faxing, scanning, and photocopying are also available.
Cell phones should be on vibrate and cell phone conversations should be taken to the lobby of the library. No activities that disrupt the general academic activities of the Hosch Library's users are allowed.
All staff working in public service areas of the libraries will make every effort to accommodate reasonable requests from users with disabilities.
Students, in some instances, may need to contact Student Disability Services to document needs in order to coordinate accommodations and services.
Library instruction sessions are conducted at the request of faculty. If your class is having instruction and you need accommodation please make the request for assistance at least one week in advance. Please notify Joy Bolt, 706-864-1514 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to make arrangements.
"Citizens of the World": Remembering America's Entry into World War I, April 6, 1917
The display commemorates the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry in the Great War and features materials from the Libraries' special collections, research databases, and print collections as well as the digital collections of the Library of Congress.
No Small Measure: Collaborations Between Artists & Poets
The collection includes 15 letterpress prints of illustrated poems on display in the silent study room on the 2nd floor. To learn more, see New gallery exhibit combines the work of artists, poets.
Gainesville State College Mace
Located just inside the inner door of the library.