GCEC has resumed operations and includes a non-circulating research library open to visiting scholars, students, and the general public.
There is also a resource center to exhibit the achievements of local African-Americans dating back to the late 1900s.
GCEC files contain biographical sketches, news articles, tape recordings, photographs, and letters of prominent African-Americans.
The Center also serves as a meeting place for community groups, professional associations, and is available for brunches, book reviews, and receptions.
African-American bus tours can also be arranged for family reunions and other visitors to Greenville.
Everyone is encouraged to visit the Center and take advantage of its library resources and view the displays during visiting hours.
The Board of Directors is currently seeking support for the ongoing maintenance of the Center. Annual membership for individuals is $15.00, $100.00 for “Friend of the Center,” and $250.00 for organizations. If you or your organization would like to contribute, please contact the Center at (864) 232-9162.