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About Ida Jane Dacus Library

Visiting Dacus

We’re looking forward to your visit to Dacus Library. Review our Library Access and User Services guide before you travel.

Directions to Dacus Library

Street address: 824 Oakland Avenue, Rock Hill, SC 29733 (Corner of Eden Terrace and Oakland Avenue)

GPS Address:   558 Eden Terrace, Rock HIll, SC 29733 (Parking lot entrance. Building entrance faces Oakland Avenue.) 


Dacus Library Parking Spaces and Regulations

Everyone parking on campus must have a parking permit, including visitors. Visitor permits are free, and can be requested through the Campus Police, located in the Good Building at 526 Myrtle Drive.

The entrance to the library's parking lot is located on Eden Terrace. Limited visitor parking is available in the library lot, but other campus lots on Eden Terrace provide visitor parking convenient to the library. You can view all designated spots for visitor parking on this PDF parking map

Spaces available in the Dacus Library Parking Lot (Eden Terrace)

  • 26 Faculty/Staff Parking Spaces, reserved from 7 am until 5 pm, marked with garnet lines.
  • 2 Disabled Parking Spaces, marked with blue lines.
  • 2 Library Staff Night/Weekend Spaces, beside the disabled parking spaces, with a Library Staff sign, and marked with garnet lines. Reserved from 12 pm until midnight for night and weekend staff only.
  • 3 Visitor Parking Spaces, with a visitor sign, and marked with garnet lines
  • 26 Student Spaces available from 5 pm until 7 am

Parking Registration:

  • See Campus Police Traffic and Parking Registration Information for regular, temporary, and visitor registrations. All visitors must receive a parking pass from Campus Police to park in marked visitor spaces.

Visitor Registration - Damage to Vehicle:

  • Report any damage to a vehicle to the Campus Police 323-3333 (x3333 if using a campus phone) or report the incident using LiveSafe, a phone app.

Dacus Library Lost and Found

The library maintains a lost and found box for items left in the building. Inquires for lost and found items may be made in the User Services office. Articles of significant value are held for a short time then taken to Campus Police.