Subject Tag: Cannell Library
About the Reference and Instruction Department
Reference and Instruction librarians facilitate student learning and intellectual growth through scholarship, discovery, application, creativity, and critical thinking (adapted from the Clark College Strategic Plan).
The Clark College Libraries are open during regular hours unless there is an emergency situation, such as dangerous weather conditions or power outages. If you have questions, please contact us before risking a journey.
Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 8:30pm
Friday: 7am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
iCommons @ CTC
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 5:30pm
Friday - Sunday: closed
Clark College Libraries provide a variety of collections to support the diverse needs and interests of our patrons. Collection Development Policy.
Present your current library card to borrow books and other items. A scannable Clark ID card is acceptable for current students, faculty, and staff. Cards may not be shared.
To get a library card, bring the requirements as noted below to the Check Out Desk:
Students may reserve a group study room for mutual assignments or projects. No clubs, social gatherings, music practice, or individual study.
Only a currently enrolled Clark College student can reserve a room. Reservations may be made online or in person. The student making the online request must be present with at least 2 other members at the Check Out Desk at time reserved. Library staff may override any booking.
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Please scroll down to review all of our policies, or, click one of the links to be taken directly to the relevant policy.
Welcome to the Clark College Libraries Access Services page. Please use the following links to learn more about library services.
How to Use Library Materials
Get a library card and find out how to borrow materials in Borrow.
Keep materials longer (if possible) in Renew.
Order in materials owned by other libraries in Request.