As a student, the college deposits $40 on your ID card per semester for printing costs. You may use this money to pay for printing in the Library or any of the computer labs throughout the college. Additional money may be added to your account if you use your allotted amount before the end of the semester. The computers default to the black and white printers, but for a slightly higher fee, you may print in color.
Any items turned into the Library staff, or found in the Library by the staff will be kept at the Circulation Desk, with the exception of wallets, which will be sent to the Security office.
There is a copy machine in the Reserve room, G201, which may be used by students. The cost of a single sided copy is $.15 per page. You may set the machines to make double sided copies, though you are charged by the side, not by the page. You must use money to pay for this service. It cannot be charged against the printing deposit on your ID card. Or, you can scan your material to a flash drive and use one of the computers to print and pay with your credit on your ID card.
Though the Library is not able to hand out supplies freely, we have placed staplers, hole punchers, scrap paper and pencils in several places for your use.
The library offers a limited number of rooms available for group study. All the study rooms are equipped with media equipment which allows groups to view videos or DVDs together. Study room keys may be signed out by groups of at least two people at the Reserves Desk for a period of two hours. At least one of the group members must remain in the room at all times for security purposes.
Professional Librarians who have Masters Degrees are here to help you with your research needs. Feel free to ask any of the librarians for help at any time. There is always a librarian at the Reference Desk whenever the library is open. During our temporary location on the second floor of G building, the Reference Desk is in the open area outside the Reserve room, along the windows. . Ask a staff member to call a librarian for you if you don't see one at the Reference Desk.