WELCOME! The Charles C. Hight Architecture Library is open to all of the UNC Charlotte community.
The Library celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the School of Architecture! Welcome back distinguished emeriti faculty, staff, and alumni!
Check out library collections and exhibits in honor of the special event!
Please view this document for additional information about our services in effect during the University's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The primary focus of the collection is 20th & 21st century design, architects, and the built environment.
The Library collection includes: books, audio visual material, periodicals, graduate thesis documents, drawings, & plans. The Library operates under the policies of Atkins Library.
Circulation Desk Phone: 704-687-0885 Library Chat
Policies, Circulation, and Equipment
Architecture Library Supervisor
Office: Storrs 200D
Research and Instruction
Arts and Architecture Librarian
Office: Storrs 200E
Visual Resources Collection (VRC) for the College of Arts + Architecture (CoA+A)
The VRC consists of digital images, sound, and video resources; it is a teaching and research collection derived from personal and published work, as well as purchased commercial photography. It represents the history of the CoA+A through its student and faculty work.
For more information about the VRC, please contact:
Visual Resources Lecturer
Office: Storrs 200F
Photo caption: Gwathmey-Siegel (American architectural firm, founded 1968). University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Storrs Building, official photograph of the Storrs Building, upon completion of construction, Thomas I. Storrs Building. 1988-1990, Image:1990. Artstor, library.artstor.org/asset/25039443