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CCC Library - Online Tour

Stop V1

The West Hallway contains 4 more group study rooms. Groups of 3-6 people may schedule their use with the librarian at the Reference Desk. Smaller groups may use the study rooms, but may be bumped if a larger group needs it.

A couple of the study rooms have chalkboards; the others have whiteboards. If you use them, please erase them before you leave. You may check out chalk or dry erase markers at the Circulation Desk

View down west hallway towards the Skills Center

Stop V2

The College Archives contain materials that document the history of the college. The cabinets containing these materials are housed in L-119 (one of the group study rooms). The archives include:

  • Course schedules
  • College yearbooks (early years only)
  • Middle College High School yearbooks
  • Student and staff literary publications
  • Student newspapers (The Advocate and earlier titles); most years are also available on microfilm and CD-ROM
  • Photographs of faculty and staff and maps of the campus over the years
  • Additional printed materials related to college events and activities
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Consult the librarian on duty at the Reference Desk to use these resources.

Note that the Archives maintains a College History website, too.


Archive cabinets seen from outside the room

Stop V3

The College Skills Center (CSC) offers individualized instruction, tutoring, and assistance in reading and writing, helping students improve their reading comprehension, spelling, and vocabulary. It also offers instruction in critical reading, test-taking mastery, and study skills. Faculty members are available to review and assist with course writing assignments, such as essays and research papers.

Students may take the Library's reserve and reference materials into the CSC to use with a tutor or professor (but please remember to return them to the Library).

This concludes the Library Tour. 

We hope you will be a frequent Library visitor. 
If you have any questions, don't be shy -- ask a librarian!