Libraries in the Knoxville area and surrounding counties that are available to the public. Links are provided only for libraries with online catalogs to search their holdings.
Use the Library of Congress catalog to find their call number for books.
Search the holdings of public libraries throughout the state of Tennessee.
Find a public library, search a combined public library catalog, and browse the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture and Tennessee Blue Book.
18 branch libraries in the Knoxville area - check their website for locations and hours.
This library is operated by the Amputee Coalition of America (ACA). South College students may use the library but not check out materials. Please call 524-8772 in advance and set up a time to visit.
Search the collections for the UT Libraries
Library & Campus Educational Resource Centers
The Library at the main Pellissippi campus is open to the public. Tennessee citizens 18 and over with a picture ID have borrowing privileges of materials. Reserve, interlibrary loan, and off-campus use of online resources are limited to enrolled students, faculty, and staff.
Located in downtown Maryville
Community residents in Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Sevier, and Union counties may check out materials upon completion of an application for a free community borrower's library card.
Allows users to search the holdings of Blount County Public Library in Maryville, E. G. Fisher Public Library in Athens, Etowah Carnegie Library in Etowah, Harriman Public Library, Kingston Public Library, Meigs-Decatur Public Library in Decatur, Oliver Springs Public Library, Madisonville Public Library, Tellico Village Public Library in Loudon, Tellico Plains Public Library, Greenback Public Library, and Vonore Public Library.
Community residents within the school's service area are welcome to use the libraries.
3 branches: Sevierville, Kodak, & Seymour
Library is not a part of the Sevier County Public Library system
Located in Gatlinburg
South College's West campus Auditorium will be the site of a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 17th, to discuss the problem of bullying.