September 15 to October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. This is the time when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. Come check out one of the many books we have on the Hispanic heritage and learn more about it today!
We’re here to grant your wish! Go to the Library’s website and choose “Paper Topics” for hundreds of ideas.
*Print from Home/Mobile
– Email documents as attachments to email@example.com from your NWTC account.
*Pick up later
– You have 72 hours to release the print jobs you sent.
*Scan to email
– The printers also allow you to quickly scan notes to email to yourself and to others.
You may have noticed that our Library catalog has a new look. In addition to this new look, students (and faculty!) are now able to place books on hold. You can request items, even if they are available in the Library, by using the “Request it” button in the catalog located to the right of the item. A Librarian will pull the book off the shelf and have it waiting at the circulation desk for you.
Don’t forget to check out our Blog and Facebook page – links can be found at the top of the catalog page :)
Today is the first day of the Fall Semester. This means that our late hours are back! We will now be open at the following times:
Please see below for new instructions on how to print in color in the Library. Thank you!
Need help with Blackboard, NWTC E-mail, or have other computer questions? Academic Coaching is offering help to students through the first two weeks of classes, Sept. 2 – Sept. 11. See below for the days and hours coaches are available!