No. The Library is currently closed. However, Library staff are working to keep online services and resources available. Access to additional services and resources will be gradually phased in as social distancing restrictions are eased.
You may request a Student ID / Library card online using this request form. You will need your student ID number and a current photo of yourself to upload into the form. Photos should be a front-facing headshot with no hats, masks, or sunglasses. The ID will then be printed and mailed to you.
You may request library materials through our new Curbside Pickup service. Simply complete the form with the information on the item(s) you need, and the library staff will contact you to schedule an appointment for pickup. Books checked out during the Summer 2020 semester will be due at the end of the semester on August 6th.
Wifi is available in the campus parking lots for Internet access. Students needing access to a laptop computer can request a laptop checkout through the CCCC Foundation. An appointment will be scheduled for curbside pickup of the laptop. Library instruction classes for faculty will continue to be offered online in asynchronous or synchronous formats.
No. There will be no late fees on any reserve items that are checked out while the library is closed. Regular collection materials do not accrue late fees.
Yes! You can return materials in the outside book drop. The Lee Library book drop is next to the curb just before the Wilkinson Building. The Harnett Library book drop is outside the main entrance to the Etheridge Building.
We are not accepting requests for holds at this time.
We are not able to accept requests for books through Interlibrary Loan at this time due to library closures across the state and the country. However, we can process requests for articles that can be obtained digitally and emailed to our borrowers. Requests for digital articles may be made online. Be sure to check our online databases for the article first before submitting a request.
Please email us with any questions regarding interlibrary loans that you have had out since COVID-19 began.