Check Out Information
A Library Card is needed to check out books. Students will use their Student ID as their library card. Non-students can purchase a Library Card for $10.00.
Undergraduate students are limited to checking out 10 books at a time for 21 days. Graduate students may check out as many as 25 books for one semester.
You must bring your books to the library to renew them. Books may be renewed unless another user has placed a hold on that title.
Fines are $0.25 per day per book, with a maximum limit of $15.00 per book.
The full replacement cost plus $4.00 processing fee is charged for lost books.
Reference books cannot be checked out. They must be used in the library only. However photocopies may be made of pages of reference books, following copyright law.
If you are a distance education student, we are happy to mail to you any books that you would like to check out. A small mailing fee may apply. Send your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Hours & Contact Info
Monday: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 9:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 10:00am – 2:00pm
Phone: (910) 221-2224, ext. 235
Elsa McBride – Librarian
View the available books, eBooks, DVDs, and books on CD in our online catalog of resources.
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GCD Writing Center
Services include online resources, periodic workshops, and individualized help with writing.
Online Writing Resources for Students
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Cumberland County Public Library & Information Center
CCPL&IC offers a wealth of information through books, databases, websites, a variety of audiovisual materials, reference services, and programming. They have nine locations throughout Cumberland County, and a library card is free to Cumberland County residents.
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