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Changes to Adobe Creative Cloud Software Access

Effective July 1st 2019, the University of Tennessee system transitioned to a new access model for Adobe Creative Cloud. What does that mean for you? Eligible users can still access all their favorite Creative Cloud programs while in the UTC Library Studio or use Adobe Acrobat Pro in the Information Commons, but you will now be prompted to sign-in using your UTC ID/UTK NetID through a UTK authentication portal.

2016 Library Open House

Join us for the Library’s Open House and enjoy sweet treats and refreshments while learning about all of the ways the Library can help you! Information about programs, services and materials available to you will be on display. Learn more about the Library Studio, Writing & Communication Center, 1-on-1 Research Appointments, equipment available to you, treasures held in the University Archives, and much more! Plus, there will be candy and

2016 Halloween Costume Contest

Your favorite time of year is here! The Library’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest is back, with your chance to win a $50 Starbucks gift card! Simply visit the Library in costume on Monday October 31st 1:00pm – 3:00pm. We’ll take your picture and enter you into the contest (voting takes place on the UTC Library’s Facebook page). Check out past entrants in the Facebook photo galleries here: 2015, 2014,

Author Visit and Book Signing with Cherie Priest

The UTC Library is delighted to welcome local author and University of Tennessee alumnus Cherie Priest back to campus for a haunting reading from her latest novel, The Family Plot. Guests will also have the opportunity to ask questions and have their copies of her books signed by the author. The event will take place in the Southern Writers Room located on the 4th floor of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library on Tuesday, October 25 at 5:30pm.

Great News for Night Owls! Expanded Overnight Study Area Now Open

Many thanks to all of the students who completed the Annual Library Survey this past Spring, as well as the SGA members who worked closely with the Library during Finals in the Spring of 2016 to figure out a way to make late-night study better for students.  Your feedback and suggestions were heard, and we are delighted to share the news that one of the most common wishes has been granted.

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