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The Oconee Campus library in the Student Resource Center offers study space, computer workstations, librarian assistance, and a selection of books, DVDs and periodicals.

Directions and Parking

Maps and Directions

UNG Oconee Campus Maps and Directions

Parking:

Visitors will need to obtain a temporary parking pass from the Card Services office in Building 700. It is located in Room 723 by the bookstore.

Physical Address:

1201 Bishop Farms Parkway
Watkinsville, GA  30677

Location in Building:

The library is located inside the Student Resource Center (Building 500).

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box  1748
Watkinsville, GA  30677

Contact Information

Questions About Checked-Out Items and Renewals:

706-310-6238
accessservices@ung.edu

Research Help:

706-310-6238
askus@ung.edu

Technology Available for Checkout

The Oconee Campus 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.

  • iPads 
  • Dell laptops 
  • MacBook laptops
  • DSLR cameras
  • Video cameras
  • Microphone
  • Portable projectors
Food and Drink
  • 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.

Computers and Printers

The Oconee library’s computer lab contains PC computers. UNG students, faculty, and staff may print on black-and-white or color printers from the computer lab or with wireless printing. Scanners and a copier are also available. 

Cell Phone Use

Cell phones should be on vibrate and cell phone conversations should be taken outside the library.

Disability Resources

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 jgbolt@ung.edu, to make arrangements.

Exhibits and Art

The Oconee Campus library displays student artwork in the computer lab and study areas, including winners of Oconee Art Students exhibit purchase awards.

Oconee Campus Mace

Located in the library study area along with a plaque explaining its history: “This Oconee Mace was made by student Bob White in 2008 and is made from hard Maple and Walnut. The captive ring was created using a technique that allowed it to be formed on the lathe from the original turning blank and never separated from the piece. It was turned during Mr. White’s last year at Gainesville State College and was first used in the Honor’s Night program that year.”

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Today's Hours

Cumming:
7:00am - 9:00pm
Dahlonega:
7:00 am - 2:00 am
Gainesville:
7:30am-10:00pm
Oconee:
7:30am-8:30pm

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