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Whether you are pursuing graduate studies, job hunting, or have landed your first job, Wiggins Library can help you succeed as you take your first steps post-graduation.

Words of Inspiration

Jeremiah 29:11
"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

Books for Checkout

Career Resources

Power Posing and the Job Interview

TedTalks: Amy Cuddy? Your body language shapes who you are. (2012). Retrieved April 2, 2014, from

What Employers Want: Skills and Attitudes

What employers want: Skills and attitudes. (2004). Retrieved April 2, 2014, from

Planning Your Business: Research, Goals, and Business Plans

Planning your business: Research, goals, and business plans. (2011). Retrieved April 3, 2014, from

Starting Your Business: Financing, Branding, and Regulations

Starting your business: Financing, branding, and regulations. (2011). Retrieved April 3, 2014, from

Join Friends of the Library (FOL)

You are invited to join Friends of the Library upon graduation.  Friends are invited to an annual "Friends of the Library Dinner" with a guest speaker each fall.  Special guest speakers at the dinner in past years have included Betsy Green Moyers (daughter of Pulitzer-winning playwright Paul Green), North Carolina Aquarium director Jay Barnes, and Raleigh News & Observer executive editor John Drescher. 

Another option is a Guest Membership.  Guests may check out up to three books or manipulatives and also have access to Campbell's electronic resources while on-campus.  Fees and a further description are provided at the web page below.

How May I Help You?

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Sarah Steele
Sarah's Office: 910.893.1466
Research Assistance Desk: 910.893.1467
Circulation Desk: 910.893.1462


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