COVID-19 Clemson Libraries Modified Operations

In response to the South Carolina Governor’s executive orders and our current knowledge of the COVID-19 pandemic, Clemson Libraries will be closed to the public until at least September 14, 2020. This includes Cooper Library, the Educational Media Center, Gunnin Architecture Library, Special Collections and Archives, offsite storage collections at the Library Depot, and our Clemson Design Center Library in Charleston.

Picking Up Items

Clemson Libraries is now offering Pickup Assistance to all Clemson students, faculty, and staff. Request items from our FindIt@Clemson Tool and pick them up at Cooper Library any time the building is open.

You will receive an email notification verifying a request is ready for pickup, at which time you can come to Cooper Library and call the PickUp Assistance line 864-656-1792, and your items will be brought to you at the front door.

PickUp Assistance line: 864-656-1792

Returning Items

The Book Drop outside Cooper Library is now OPEN (as of 6/1/20). Book drops are now open on the East side of Cooper Library (near Strode Tower) for the return of items. Library books may now also be returned to any public library in Anderson, Oconee, or Pickens County. The Central Branch of the Pickens County Library has a drive thru book drop!

All Cooper items have been renewed until 9/30/20. All PASCAL items are in the process of being renewed until 9/30. Any fines or fees incurred during the COVID-19 period will be waived.​

Students can return items via mail. The address is Clemson University Libraries, PO BOX 343001, Clemson SC 29634-3001.​

In-Person Services Suspended

All in-person services are suspended. We apologize for the inconvenience, but the following services have also been suspended until further notice:

  • Technology checkout and reservations.
  • Study room, classroom, and all other space reservations.

Researching Remotely

Even from a distance, Clemson Libraries are well prepared to continue to support your digital learning and research needs!

Visit our Library Guide for Online Learning, which provides a comprehensive list of services and resources available during the COVID-19 outbreak. Students enrolled in Off-Campus Programs can take advantage of our Off-Campus Delivery Service.