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Library Hours

Fall and Spring

Mon-Thu 8 am—8 pm

Fri 8 am - 3 pm


 

What kinds of resources does the library offer?

Books
DVD’s
Magazines
Academic Journals
Newspapers
Web Sites
Databases of articles from magazines, journals, newspapers and reference books
 

What else does the library offer?

Reference Assistance
A professional reference librarian is available to assist you with your information and research needs in person, or via email or instant message.

Printing
Printing is available from any computer in the library.

Interlibrary Loan
The library home page has an online form to request books or articles not owned by TRCC Library.

Faxing
Ask at the circulation desk to have a document faxed.

Self-service Photocopiers
Ten cents per page

Scanning
Free!  Bring a flash drive to save your documents.

Wireless Internet Access
Log in with your student number and myCommNet password.

Group Study Rooms
Accommodate groups of 2-6 people.  Some have flat screen monitors that will connect to your laptop.

 

Library of Congress Classification System

Books in the library are arranged on the shelf according to the Library of Congress Classification System.  Each book has been assigned a call number based on the topic covered in that book.  The letter(s) at the start of a call number denote the topic covered in a book. For example, the call number E175.8 refers to a book about U.S. History and American Government. 

The chart below presents the broad categories used in the Library of Congress Classification System.

BROAD CATEGORIES

A

General Works (encyclopedias, dictionaries, yearbooks, etc)

B

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

C

Auxiliary Sciences of History

D

History: General and Outside the Americas

E

History: United States

F

United States: Local and America

G

Geography, Anthropology, Recreation

H

Social Sciences

J

Political Science

K

Law

L

Education

M

Music

N

Fine Arts

P

Language and Literature

Q

Science

R

Medicine

S

Agriculture

T

Technology

U

Military Science

V

Naval Science

Z

Library Science and Information Resources

Reference Librarian

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