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Downtown Campus Library: Everything You Need to Know: About the Library

This guide is a navigational tool to library resources, databases, statistics and citation guides.

Location and Hours of Operation

The Downtown Campus (DTC) Library is located on the 2nd floor of DPAC, Rm 265.

The library hours of operation are as follows and subject to change during college-observed closings and holidays:  

Monday - Thursday, 8AM - 9PM

Friday, 8AM - 5PM

Saturday, 10AM - 6PM ***

Sunday, Closed

*** The building will only open with badge-swipe access for students and employees on Saturdays.

Inside the Library

Inside the Downtown Campus Library, you will be able to:

  • Study quietly
  • Cozy up with a good popular fiction title
  • Relax before your next class
  • Borrow course reserve materials

What Librarian's Do

A librarian's job is to help you FIND, EVALUATE and USE information.

Ask a librarian if you're not sure how to:

  • find something in the library
  • pick a topic for your paper
  • find information about your topic
  • pick the best book, web site or article on your topic
  • cite your sources

Library Services

  • Research Assistance
  • Research consultation with a librarian
  • Access to databases, print and nonprint materials, and journals
  • Printing, scanning and copying
  • Desktop Computer Stations
  • Popular Fiction Titles

Why Use the Library

At a college, the library provides access to resources such as books, e-books, articles and media to support your learning.

  • If you need clarification about something you are learning in a class, chances are the library has some information to help explain it further.
  • If you are asked to write a paper or create a presentation using sources other than your textbook, the library provides access to those sources.
  • The library provides information to help you with your personal education and career goals.

The library also provides a learning space to support your study needs.