Hardwick-Johnston Memorial Library’s function is to support the mission of Hiwassee College by providing the necessary information resources and services necessary for quality teaching, learning, research, and scholarship. A vital component of library programming is to provide effective bibliographic instruction in locating, evaluating, and using traditional and web-based materials to students throughout their program of study. Hardwick-Johnston Memorial Library is committed to upholding the principles of academic freedom and fostering cultural diversity, creative expression, intellectual growth, and a respect for different points of view.
|Library Renewal Request|
Search for books, DVD’s, and other library materials.
Search for articles from magazines, newspapers and academic journals.
|Online Tutorial Support
Instructional videos are available to help students complete the library online tutorial.
|Evening Tutoring at the Library
Mr. Bill Holdman is available for tutoring in math and science on Monday and Wednesday, 5-10 p.m. Mr. Kim Frank is available for tutoring in writing on Sunday and Tuesday, 5-10 p.m.
The Hardwick-Johnston Memorial Library has an active and growing institutional repository that can be of interest to former, current, and future Hiwassee College students and personnel. The archive’s website provides searchable directories to collections of papers, letters, photographs–as well as links to digital reproductions of yearbooks and student newspapers.
The OWL of Purdue (citation help)