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ACA 111: College Student Success: Using the Library

Topics include campus facilities and resources; policies, procedures, and programs; study skills; and life management issues such as health, self-esteem, motivation, goal-setting, diversity, and communication.

Find a Quiet Place to Study

  • Rooms are equipped with an HD monitor, whiteboard, markers, and eraser.
  • Study rooms are intended for use by groups of two or more individuals.
  • 20 minute grace period or your reservation will be cancelled.
  • Please monitor your noise level.
  • Do not close the blinds; the room must remain visible from the outside.

Library Access for Online Courses

As we face the current pandemic as a College, the RCC Library Team wants students, staff, and faculty to know that we are still here to serve you. 

There are three ways to access the Library’s learning resources online: 

  1. OneSearch Search across all of the Library’s holdings from one search screen  

  1. A-Z Databases Listing:  Access individual databases (including NC LIVE)  

  1. Research Guides The Library Team points users to the best databases for every program area and/or topic 

Wondering how to do online research?  Check out How to Do Research @ the Library, which takes users through the general research process using library resources 

Wondering how to access the Library’s online resources from home RCC students, faculty, and staff can use their RCC network accounts to gain seamless access to the library’s e-resources.  When you click on a resource from the RCC Library’s website, users will be taken to a landing page where you will type in your credentials.  Remember to input your full email address on the top, and then your RCC network password.  

All library fees will be waived until further notice, so do not be concerned if you have materials checked out at this time. 

If you have questions or need additional assistance, you have three options:

1) Talk to a live librarian through the ChatStaff chat feature;

2) Contact an RCC librarian at; or

3) Call an RCC librarian at (910) 272-3327. 

Searching the Library's Collections

Search RCC's eBOOKS

Sirsi-Dynix Symphony Library Management System

Search the library catalog to find printed books in our physical collection.


Library of Congress Classification System

Books are located on the first floor of the Anne Moss-Biggs Library and arranged in accordance with the Library of Congress Classification System. 

Can't Find What You Need?

Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a service that allows RCC students, faculty, and staff to borrow materials not held by the Anne Moss-Biggs Library. Complete and submit the request form below.

  • Please check the library catalog before requesting materials.
  • Requests are free.
  • Must have a current RCC ID card in good standing.
  • Allow at least one week for ILL materials to arrive.