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.
Chat is available:
Monday - Friday: 5:00 pm to 8:00 am
Saturday & Sunday 8 am - midnight
Get help from a librarian with finding journal articles and ebooks, creating citations and other research needs.
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 15,500 books and about 2,000 audiovisual items, primarily audio books and DVDs. Special collections include:
Online sources include:
Come check out our display!
* NC Live has created an Anti-Racism Reading List of free ebooks from our HomeGrown eBooks database. Your password off campus for all databases is your MyMartin login or your library card number. Call the library for assistance.
* In addition, Annual Reviews, is offering a curated collection of scholarly journal articles called "Racial Justice, Policing, and Protest." No password is required.
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, many textbook publishers are currently offering free electronic access to their textbooks. There are two collections available, Redshelf and VitalSource. Students and faculty currently have access to textbooks in both collections. You will have to set up an account in both collections to access their ebooks. The Redshelf account setup requires you to enter the name of your school, but VitalSource does not.
Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 7 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday
(Hours vary during breaks, holidays and summer semester.)
Need a quiet place to study or a place to meet for a group project? Our student study rooms in the library are equipped with a computer with Internet access, Microsoft Office 2016, and printing capability. Stop by or call the library to sign up. (Also available for faculty use.)
JAWS screen reader software is available in Study Room 1 in the library, and a Zoomtext Text Reader is available across the hall from the library in the Learning Lab.