tamuct University Library
Texas A&M University-Central Texas University Library
The TAMUCT University Library has locations at both the Fairway Building and Founder's Hall. We also cooperate with Temple College Library to provide services to students at the East Williamson County Higher Education Center. The Director of the University Library is Bridgit McCafferty. As of July 1, 2012, the University Library is no longer a part of the Oveta Culp Hobby Memorial Library on the Central Texas College main campus.
|Children’s and Young Adult||7,870|
|Library Staff FTE||14.5|
|Full Time Librarians||5|
|Part Time Librarians||3|
|Full Time Paraprofessionals||4|
|Part Time Paraprofessionals||4|
Fairway Building Libraries
The TAMUCT Fairway Building is the main location for the University Library. This location started as a reference area for TAMUCT in January 2009, and grew to become a library extension in the Fall of 2010. Starting on July 1, 2012, this is the main location for all services offered by the Library.
Currently, Fairway Building features two libraries: the Reference Library and the Lending Library. The Reference Library operates as the main access point for services, such as research help, information literacy instruction, reserve services, periodicals, and digital collections, with over 250,000 eBooks and 182,000 eJournals. The Lending Library contains the bulk of our print collection, totaling over 60,000 volumes.
Founder's Hall Library Extension
The Founder's Hall Library Extension opened in June 2012, shortly after the building's grand opening. The Library Extension is a service area at the main TAMUCT Building that offers many of the same services available at Fairway Building. These services include research help, computer access, information literacy instruction, and circulation services.
Texas A&M University-Central Texas Archives
The TAMUCT Fairway Building Libraries house the University Archives. Established in 2009, the TAMUCT Archives are the official repository for records of TAMUCT and the gateway to its past. The role of the University Archives is to identify, acquire, manage, and preserve university records of enduring value and make them available for use in accordance with policies approved by TAMUCT administration and faculty. University Archives holds material relating to every aspect of TAMUCT's history, including publications, photographs, audio-visuals, artifacts, TAMUCT memorabilia, items that were given to the library as gift donations, and more.