The Wilson Community College library collection includes 35,000 books and almost 7,000 videotapes which are available for either check out or use in the library. The library also houses over 400 periodicals and magazines. Community users need to ask for a Library ID card, which is provided at the Circulation Desk. Students are issued college ID cards during registration, and these areused for identification in the library.
The library offers access to 16 computers. Printing from these computers is available for ten cents per page. There is also a photocopier to make copies at the same price.
The library has a Special Collection on the subjects of Sustainability and Renewable Energy. The books and DVDs in this collection are housed in the Reserve Room. The materials are available for both students and community users.
Fall and Spring
Any changes to these hours are posted on the library's front doors.
The CCLINC (Community College Libraries in North Carolina) consortium allows library patrons to access the catalogs of 44 community college libraries across the state. You may search by keyword, author or title. Help with this site is available in the library. If you need materials not owned by our library, please fill out an interlibrary loan request form at the front desk and we will try to get the material for you. Please note that this service is only available for journal articles and books; most places will not lend audiovisual materials, including videotapes and CD-ROM products. We will try to get the material free of charge, but if we cannot locate it for free, we will contact you regarding the cost. Please plan ahead -- it generally takes 5-7 working days to receive material through interlibrary loan.
Start searching the Online Catalog.
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