Central Piedmont Library will be ending the checkout of hotspots after the end of the fall 2019 semester. Hotspots will be not available after December 11, 2019. Information about low-cost Internet service can be found here: www.lifelinesupport.org. Lifeline is the FCC’s program to help make communications services more affordable for eligible consumers.
Library staff will be unavailable all day on Friday, March, 15. All library services will resume on Monday, March 18. Operating hours for all other libraries can be found here: http://www.cpcc.edu/library/about-us/hours
Need something to read? The CPCC Central Library will be having its fall book sale soon!
WHEN: Oct. 24 and 25, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: In front of the Central Campus Library.
Additionally, all other campus libraries will have their book sales going on during regular library hours – https://www.cpcc.edu/library/about-us/hours
All proceeds from the book sale go to the Theresa Thompson Library Scholarship. To learn more about the scholarship, visit https://www.cpcc.edu/library/scholarship
Welcome to the 2015 fall semester! Hopefully, you had a chance to get settled into classes during the past week. With the beginning of a new semester, we’d just like to take some time to remind you of a few of the services that the library has to offer, as well as highlight a few recent changes.
Books and More!
As always, the library wants to help out with your research and educational needs. To that end, we provide access to a wide variety of resources, both in print and online.
To find out what books or DVDs are available in the library (or in electronic format), check out the online library catalog.
If you are looking for research articles or educational online videos, have a look at our Research Resources.
Need help using either one of these resources? Don’t be afraid to Ask a Librarian! Library staff are available to help in person, over the phone or online.
Online book renewals, which were not working during the spring and summer sessions this year, are now once again working!
Study Space? We Have That!
Need a quiet place to study? All CPCC campus libraries have dedicated quite study spaces. Additionally, Central, Cato and Levine campuses have study rooms available. You can book these study rooms yourself online. Book early though, as they tend to fill up quickly!
We hope everyone has a great semester!
The Office of Student Life has partnered with Library Services to provide an online leadership guide for students to access CPCC Library materials and external resources related to the topic of leadership – including books, videos and websites. For more information about becoming a leader on campus, please visit any Student Life office.