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Using the Library: ACTC Library Information

General guide for using the library and its resources.

Frequently Asked Questions

Depository Access




Access to the ACTC Library Government Documents Collection is open to all members of the public as well as students and employees of ACTC.  The print collection is available in our open stacks and is restricted to use within the library during library hours.  The digital collection is available by searching our online catalog.

Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code)

About ACTC Libraries

The mission of ACTC Libraries is to facilitate and enhance learning by providing access to organized, reliable information resources in appropriate formats to support the college curriculum and meet the information needs of students, faculty, and staff. Comprehensive services are available to promote information literacy and intellectual enrichment.

Students, ACTC employees, and community members are permitted to use the library, library computers, and library materials. Student ids or ACTC library cards are required to check out materials.

There are two physical library locations:

College Drive Library
Library Resource Center (LRC) Top Floor

Technology Drive Library
Phase 2, Room 160

Click here to access the library's homepage.

ACTC Library Pinterest

ACTC Databases

Click here for a full list of databases available from ACTC Library

Off-campus Access Instructions

Questions? ASK US!