Use the LCCC Catalog to search for print books and journals held in our library. The LCCC library currently holds approximately 65,000 titles. You can search with the widget below or by using the Classic Catalog.
Books and other materials at academic libraries are shelved using the Library of Congress Classification System. It's an alphanumeric system where books are organized into primary and secondary subject areas. To learn more visit Library of Congress Classification at loc.gov
You can login to your library account and check the status of books out, requests and any fines for overdues. You may also renew items once online. To login, go to My Account. You will need to enter your Borrower barcode # from the back of your LCCC library card.
Any current student, instructor or staff member, and Luzerne County residents, may obtain a free LCCC library card. Please visit the library's circulation desk to obtain this valuable resource!
Check out our quarterly lists of materials purchased by the library within the last year: New Materials List
Check our periodical holdings list for the print journals and magazines we subscribe to. This lists LCCC's periodical holdings by both title and subject and includes both current print subscriptions as well as archival microfilm holdings.
Reserves are course materials (books, articles, videos...) brought to us by instructors so that students can have convenient access to the resources. To use a reserve item, please inquire at the library reference desk with your course number and instructors name. You may use the reserve item at the library for as long as the library is open, but we ask you to be considerate of your classmates who may also be seeking the item. For any questions about reserves, please call the reference desk at 570-740-0661.
If LCCC does not have the item you need, you can use our Interlibrary Loan service for both books and articles. LCCC students also have reciprical borrowing privileges at many of the other local colleges such as King's College, Wilkes University and Misericordia University. Please speak to a librarian for details.