On behalf of the staff of the G. R. Little Library, let me welcome you to Elizabeth City State University.
As an integral part of Elizabeth City State University, the G. R. Little Library is here to support your educational and cultural endeavors through the careful selection and organization of resources, and by providing easy access to them in a variety of formats.
The library offers traditional and innovative services and resources to support the university's curriculum, research goals, and strategic development plan. It's holding include more than 200,000 book volumes, over 1,700 serial titles, along with various micro-formats, films, videotapes, and sound recordings. We provide access to an extensive suite of online resources available on and off campus.
We strive to provide a comfortable and attractive environment for users in which to avail themselves of our resources. We encourage the development of good study habits, and strive to help patrons to succeed in any way we can.
The director of Library Services oversees the activities of a staff of professional librarians, and support staff whose aim is to assist in guiding each library patron to the specific resources needed at any given time. Please contact me for assistance and feel free to make any suggestions that could help us serve you better.
Juanita Midgette, Ed.D. Director of Library Services
Elizabeth City State University
G. R. Little Library
Campus Box 819
1704 Weeksville Road
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
The primary objective of the G. R. Little Library is to provide the intellectual growth resources necessary for the instructions and research needs of the students, faculty, staff and administrators of Elizabeth City State University.
The mission of the library is to provide materials (print, non-print, as well as on-line databases) and services in support of educational programs of the university and, where possible, the educational needs of the Elizabeth City community. The acquisitioning, processing, arranging, storing and dispensing of the materials are performed with a single objective: to provide the library patron with the information requested and to provide an intellectual climate for academic growth.