How many libraries are in Charlotte?

How many libraries are in Charlotte?

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library (previously the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County) is the public library system of the city of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina….Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

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Is the Mecklenburg Library open today?

Our regular hours are Monday-Thursday 9-8 and Friday- Saturday 9-5. Closed on Sunday. Visit our Branches page for more information.

Is UNC Charlotte library open to public?

General Student Services Atkins Library is open to the public, but only UNC Charlotte students may check out books. Library hours vary. During finals weeks, it is open 24/7.

Are libraries open in NC Phase 2?

The state Phase 2 order does not specifically mandate libraries to remain closed. Instead, it is up to local governments on when to reopen public libraries. Right now, in Buncombe County, curbside pick up, digital downloads, virtual storytimes and parking lot Wi-Fi are all available.

Can you borrow books from other libraries on OverDrive?

You can borrow titles from any library as long as you have a library card for it. In certain cases, your library may have a partnership with another library or consortium that lets you borrow titles from the partner’s collection using your normal library card.

How much is visitor parking at UNCC?

Visitor Parking Deck Fees $5 for first hour, $2 each additional hour, $15 maximum daily/per visit. Visitor decks accept validated tickets, cash, credit card and mobile payment.

What time does the UNCC bookstore close?

Beginning Aug. 25, 2021:

Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday Noon to 5 p.m.

Do all libraries use OverDrive?

OverDrive is a free service offered by your library or school that lets you borrow digital content (like ebooks and audiobooks) anytime, anywhere. Every OverDrive collection is slightly different because each library or school picks the digital content they want for their users.

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