Team Member Updates

Over the summer, library team members Olivia Skelton and Jordan Sellers stepped into new roles.

Olivia became the new Circulation Manager. Previously she held the role of Evening Circulation Supervisor.

Jordan became a new Library Associate. Previously she had been a student assistant.

We are excited for this fall here at the library!

Welcome to the Library, New Bulldogs!


We are so glad to have you here at Union University. At the library, we love to help you learn, research, and study!

First things first: the library website is located at This is your one-stop place for all things library-related, including links to our social media, library news, databases, catalogs, and more.

Here are some library facts and perks you should know about:

  • Your student ID doubles as a library card! Use it to check out books at the Circulation Desk or at the self-check stations.
  • If you need research help, you can schedule an appointment with one of our trusty Research Coaches.
  • Sometimes your professors may have items for your class to check out on Reserves. Ask the staff at our Circulation Desk for access to items on Reserves.
  • Want to know about due dates, fines, or overdue items? Check out Using the Library on our website.
  • The first floor of the library houses the Circulation Desk, labs, offices, the Research Desk, Modero, and study spaces. The second floor houses books, movies, CDs, offices, two study rooms, and study spaces. The third floor houses the President’s office, administrative offices, study rooms, and study carrels.
  • The library employs around 20 student assistants per regular semester. These student assistants are supervised by our library staff (managers, catalog associates, archivists- you name it, the library has someone who can do it). You may be a good fit for working here if you value attention to detail, helping others, and initiative!

Have a great first week of classes, and be sure to visit the library!

Welcome, STEM Day Students!


Welcome to Union University!

Here at the library, we have many books, DVDs, journals, and other resources dedicated to STEM subjects.

On this special STEM Preview Day, a display of our STEM-related materials will be located on the library’s first floor. Feel free to stop by the library during your visit and check out what we have to offer.


You are also welcome to ask questions to our staff or student workers at the Circulation Desk, also on the first floor. We look forward to hosting you and your families!

Here is a list containing some of our most intriguing STEM-related titles: