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Happy November!

Happy November SLCC students, staff, faculty and community members! It's been an interesting semester, but we are happy to be able to continue offering library services to our community.
As you work on class projects and start thinking about end of the semester finals, check out our Library Reserve collection- Books and Other materials requested by SLCC Faculty members for specific courses. You can check out these items to use in the library for 4 hours at a time.

Extended Hours!

Congratulations! We've made to the last week of classes for the Fall semester. In order to help our students prepare for finals, we will be open for extended hours on Friday December 11th and Saturday December 12th.

Anatomy TV

Did you know that SLCC Libraries provides access to Anatomy TV for our students? You can find the link on this page . If you are taking an anatomy class, checkout the 3D models of human anatomy, quizzes and much more. Studying biology? Take a look of the modles for Cell Biology.

Thanksgiving Hours

Happy Monday Bruins!

> SLCC Libraries will be open our regular hours on Monday 11/23/20 and Tuesday 11/24/20, then close early on Wednesday for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
We will reopen next week on Monday November 30th.
We wish you a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving Break!

What you should know before visiting SLCC Libraries!

We strive to make our libraries space accessible and inviting to all patrons. Before you visit one of our branches, here are a few things to remember:
  • Please wear your face-covering while you are in the building- the libraries are considered public study space, an area in which the college is requiring all to wear face coverings. If you do not have a facecovering, we will be happy to provide one for you.
  • Please try to maintain social distance between yourself and others- this is a challenge for all of us but important in order to keep us all healthy.

Welcome Back to SLCC!

We are so excited to welcome students, faculty, and staff back to the library for the Fall 2020 semester. We’ve spent the summer months preparing the building and our services in order to best serve our patrons. You may notice things look a little different: we all wear face-coverings, the furniture is spread out and there are many new safety procedures in place.