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ENC 1102 : (Strong-Robinson Smith): Welcome!

This guide will provide students with an understanding of the different communication types and style while accessing the library databases.

Downtown Campus Library

Welcome to the Downtown Campus Library!  We are a full-service location. Students receive in-person assistance from the Valencia College or the UCF librarian. If you’re a Valencia College student, you’ll be able to utilize Valencia College materials and library databases. However, only Valencia College students whose program of study is downtown, will be able to checkout library materials from UCF. Please note that there will be limited access when borrowing laptop computers from the library. In addition, it will not house study rooms, although other parts of the building will have study rooms available.

When you need assistance or want to find out more about the library and the services we offer, please stop by!

Supported Downtown Campus Programs

Library collections will support the following Valencia College academic programs:

  • General Education
  • Digital Media Technology
  • Health Information Technology
  • New Media Communication
  • Culinary Management
  • Baking and Pastry Management
  • Restaurant and Food Services Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management

Downtown Librarian

The Valencia College libraries do not welcome solicitation of resources to be added to our LibGuides. This includes but is not limited to vendors, search engine optimizers, placement of ads, products, or any other requests. Our LibGuides are carefully curated resources developed in partnership with faculty, staff, and students to support specific assignments, courses, events, and other related purposes at Valencia College. The Valencia libraries reserve the right to ignore LibGuide resource solicitations, and/or block persistent requests from groups or individuals to add or promote links in our LibGuides.