Cannell Library hours.
Lewis D. Cannell Library is on the main campus of Clark College, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663. For more information, call 360-992-2151.
Cannell houses a collection of more than 67,000 books and over 450 periodicals as well as current newspapers, pamphlets, Washington State publications and audio-visual materials. The print collection is enhanced with subscriptions to online full-text periodical databases and e-book collections.
Computer labs, laptops for check out, group and quiet study rooms, combined with sweeping views of the campus, offer visitors many different options for studying, collaboration and relaxation.
Reference and Instruction librarians are available to assist students with research and information needs. Hours vary, call 360-992-2375 to check availability.
Watch the Video Tour of Cannell Library.
Print out the Self-Guided Walking Tour for Cannell Library, or pick up copies at the Reference Desk.
See a map of Study Areas and Rooms at Cannell Library.
Information Commons hours.
The Information Commons is located on the second floor (Room 219) of the Columbia Tech Center, Clark College’s campus, located at 18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98683. For more information, call 360-992-6138.
From the Clark College Libraries website, students can search databases and have instant access to 1000s of full-text articles and e-books, and also have print materials sent from Cannell to the iCommons.
Take the CTC Self-Guided Tour, online or on foot.
An on-site librarian is available to assist students with research and information needs.
The Student Learning Center (SLC) is located in Room 228 of the T-Building (on the west side of Fort Vancouver Way, across the street from the Penguin Union Building).
The SLC provides a library of books and other items to support students in ESL, GED and Adult Basic Education (ABE) as they learn reading, writing, math and English language skills needed to achieve personal and career goals. Other services include individual and group tutoring, mentoring, English conversation groups, and a computer lab.