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Thomas Lee Hall Library
4679 Lee Road
Fort Jackson, SC 29207
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
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The Thomas Lee Hall Library is located at 4679 Lee Road, corner of Strom Thurmond Blvd and Lee Road. The Library is open for in-person services, as well as curbside services.
Instructions for Patrons
Patrons will need to place requests thru our online catalog with their online accounts. Requests are limited to 20 items per day. Requests placed before midnight will be available for pick-up the next day.
Tips to Remember
To contact the Library, call 803-751-5589 or https://jackson.armymwr.com/programs/thomas-lee-hall-library.
Our library collection holds approximately 50,000 volumes which include popular fiction, non-fiction, e-books and eAudiobooks, young Adult and juvenile DVD/Blu-ray, and video gaming collections.
Waiting lists are available for all items in our collection. Patrons will be added to the waiting list in the order in which the request is received. Inter Library Loan (ILL) services are also available for limited material types. Complete a Purchase Suggestion Form for title recommendations.
Online homework help tools for K-12 students and research tools for higher education students are available 24/7. Additional online resources include language learning programs such as Mango Languages, Ancestry.com, digital newspapers, and digital magazines, etc.
REGULAR LIBRARY ACCOUNTS:
All persons with a valid Military ID and permanent residency in Columbia or on Fort Jackson, including: Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, retired, civilians, and contractors.
What You Will Need:
Unless an account has already been established for the sponsor, applications for family members under the age of 18 must be completed in the library with both child and parent/legal guardian present. All family members will be linked to the sponsor's account.
Parents are encouraged to inform the library of any restrictions they desire for their children's' accounts (i.e. no computer use, no DVDs, no "M" rated games, etc).
Sponsors are ultimately responsible for all family members and their use of library resources.
SHORT TERM LIBRARY ACCOUNTS:
Contractors working at Fort Jackson but reside somewhere else when contract is complete.
**Due to clearance procedures, temporary library accounts will expire five days prior to the departure date stated on his/her orders.
**Patrons must have at least three weeks remaining at Fort Jackson in order to establish a borrowing account.
**Transient individuals without orders, those who are departing the installation within 21 days, or have already cleared with Fort Jackson, will be able to borrow non-accountable paperbacks from the free trade racks.
COMPUTER USE ONLY ACCOUNTS: (After Pandemic)
This account is for the patron who will be using computers but not eligible for or not interested in borrowing materials.
**Account holder must be present (i.e., parents may not check out 10 DVDs and then ask to check out the next 10 on their child's card).
**Youth accounts may not check out DVDs with an "R" rating unless they are 17 years of age.
**Temp/Youth patrons equals 5 DVDs per account/20 total items.
LIBRARY COMPUTER USE:
CAC CARD USE:
INTERNET AND WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS:
CHILDREN AT THE LIBRARY:
Sponsors, legal guardians, and/or parents are solely responsible for supervising their children in accordance with Fort Jackson Garrison Child Safety Policy, and ensuring they also adhere to the library policies.