The Spartanburg County Public Libraries envision a community in which learning and reading are revered by all and to be educated is considered a virtue. This vision includes free and open access for all citizens to uncensored information and records of cultural progress. Visit the website for branch information and to search the online catalogue.
In service since the fall of 1969 and named as one of the “Outstanding Buildings of the Year” by the South Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the The Sandor Teszler Library at Wofford College was dedicated in 1971 and named for Sandor Teszler, a well-known textile leader. The downstairs gallery houses art collections with a changing schedule of exhibitions through the course of each year.
The mission of Mickel Library is to serve the informational needs of the Converse community by providing undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff with timely access to academic books, periodicals, musical scores and recordings, and electronic resources.
The USC Upstate Library first opened its doors in 1967, with holdings totaling about 9,607. Today, the Library holds more than 220,000 volumes.