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College Libraries

  • CCCC Library
  • CCCC Library
  • CCCC Library

About the Libraries

Policies


  • Quiet Policy The library staff makes every effort to ensure that the library is a quiet place to study and complete assignments. Study rooms are available for group study, and carrels are also available for quiet, individual study space. Library users should be mindful of others by speaking in subdued tones, turning off cell phones, and refraining from the use of iPods and other similar devices while in the library. return to top
  • Smoking Policy Smoking is prohibited on campus. return to top
  • Food & Drink Policy Eating and drinking is not allowed anywhere in the library. On the Sanford (Lee) campus, a small table is provided beside each entrance where you may temporarily leave your food and drink while using the library. Anyone bringing food or drink into the library beyond the entrances will be asked to leave it on the tables provided or to take it outside. Putting food or drinks into a book bag or purse is not acceptable. return to top
  • Children Policy The college policy is that students are not to bring children to the campus while attending classes, other activities, or while using the library. If a parent brings a child under age 16 into the college library, the child must be accompanied at all times by the parent, and the parent must supervise the child to ensure that he/she does not disturb others. If a child is creating a disturbance, the parent will be asked to leave with the child. Children ages 6 and older may use library computers under parental supervision only if ample computers are available. Children under the age of 6 are not permitted to use library computers. return to top
  • Library Computer Use Policy Library computers are provided to conduct research and to communicate with others in support of the college's educational mission. Students, faculty, staff, public patrons, and campus visitors are expected to use computer resources in an ethical, legal, and responsible manner. By logging onto library computers, users acknowledge that they are aware of and agree to the CCCC Acceptable Use Policy. Any use of library computers that violates college policy, violates federal, state, or local laws, alters computer and/or network settings, promotes commercial activity, intends harm or distress to others, or is obscene or malicious in nature is prohibited. Computer access is a privilege, not a right. Violations may result in loss of access and/or disciplinary action. return to top
  • Internet Acceptable Use Policy The college's Internet Acceptable Use Policy is available for download as a .pdf, click here to access it. return to top
  • Copyright Policies The college's Copyright Policies is available for download as a .pdf, click here to access it. return to top

Hours

Lee County Hours

Monday-Thursday
7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Friday
7:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Harnett County Hours

Monday-Thursday
7:30 am - 7:00 pm
Friday
7:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Chatham County Hours

Monday - Thursday
9 am - 8 pm
Friday
9 am - 6 pm
Saturday
9 am - 5 pm

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