The library will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019, in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Our Mission: The purpose of the Learning Resources Center (Library) is to support the Philosophy, Mission, and Goals of Martin Community College and to enhance the teaching/learning process through provision of adequate, current resource collections in formats consistent with prevailing technologies; provision of access to the collections of other libraries; provision of instruction in the use of resources to enable patrons to function in an information-driven society; and promotion of life-long learning opportunities.
Search Everything Available through the Library
Click on the New Books and DVDs tab above for a complete list of our new items.
Library closed? No problem. You can chat with a librarian for help with searching for books in the online library catalog, NCLive or other databases, citations, or other research questions.
Chat is available:
Monday - Friday: 5:00 pm - 8:00 am
Saturday & Sunday: 8:00 am - midnight
The MCC Library serves the student body, faculty, and staff of the college and the citizens of Martin, Washington and Bertie counties. Twenty-three public access computers are available for library visitors.
Collections in the Library include over 17,000 books, about 1,500 audio books, and a growing DVD collection. Special collections include:
Online sources include:
Search Just the Martin Library Shelves
Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 7 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday
(Hours vary during breaks, holidays and summer semester.)
JAWS screen reader software is available on the study room computer in the library, and a Zoomtext Text Reader is available across the hall from the library in the Learning Lab.
Need a quiet place to study or a place to meet for a group project? Our student meeting room in the library is equipped with a computer with Internet access, Microsoft Office 2016, printing capability and JAWS screen reader software. Stop by or call the library to sign up. (Also available for faculty use.)