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Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Fall 2022 Library Hours
Mon - Thurs 8:30am - 7pm
Friday 8:30am - 2pm
Closed Sat, Sun and Holidays


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Use the Ask-a-Librarian FAQ and chat for assistance with research and other questions. Find more information and resources on our LACC Virtual Library and Student Resource Guide

City Cares Network: Apply to receive assistance with textbook, food, transportation, housing, and other college and living expenses. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Library Offers:
  • Computers for Students (Including ADA Stations)
  • Wireless Access
  • Copy & Print Stations
  • 18 Group Study Rooms [temporarily closed, until further notice]
  • Circulation/Periodicals Desk with Textbooks, Reserve Material, Magazines, and Newspapers
  • Reference Center with Faculty Librarians for Research Assistance
  • Ask a Librarian 24/7 chat service
  • 150,000 Print Books + 230,000 eBooks
  • Online Databases with Remote Access
  • 75 Magazine and Newspaper Subscriptions
  • Find more information and resources on the LACC Virtual Library and Student Resource Guide
  • Study Aids & Handouts including MLA, APA, Annotated Bibliography, Outline, and Library brochure

A one-unit course is offered: LIB SCI 101 College Research Skills.

Individual questions are welcomed at the Reference and Circulation/Periodicals Desks. The college ID card is also the Library card. When the library is closed, materials may be returned through the outside book drop located in the front of the building. The Library is located in the North-East corner of the campus, on the corner of Willow Brook Avenue and Vermont Avenue, next to the Metro Station. 

We hope you find the library inviting and comfortable and that it becomes your favorite place to read, study, use computers for research, and to complete assignments in a safe and quiet environment.

The Library is located in the North-East corner of the campus, on the corner of Willow Brook Ave. and Vermont Ave, next to the Metro Station. 

Library Mission Statement

The mission of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Library is to provide user-oriented quality services, instruction, and resources to support the mission and goals of the College and the curriculum, and the educational and research/information competency needs of students, faculty, staff, and administration.