Hours will vary due to holidays.
Christmas Break - Closed
You must have your EAC library card with you in order to check out items and/or use the computers.We try to maintain an environment conducive to study and reading. Children must stay with the adult they came with at all times.No food or tobacco products are allowed in the Library at any time! Bottles of water with screw-type caps are the only drinks allowed in the building.Check Out Privileges
Reserve items are materials which EAC instructors have set aside for special in-library use and have a shorter check-out time, often as short as one hour. Reserve items are available at the checkout desk, either in the Library or the Media Center. Reserve items are not allowed out of the building unless they have at least a one-day checkout period. You must have a current EAC Library Card with you to use reserve items.
Fines are charged for overdue materials. If fines (listed below) are paid when the overdue items are returned, only half the fine will be charged. If you have overdue materials and/or fines of $5 or more, you will not be allowed to check out any additional items or use the computers until the problem is resolved.
There is also a charge for replacement library cards or replacement barcodes.
Our collection of periodicals in paper format is housed upstairs and is significantly supplemented by our online databases of full-text journal and newspaper articles which are available via the Library web pages.
The library web page provides access to our online catalog, online databases containing full-text journal and newspaper articles, e-books, and a variety of other resources. Access to the databases is available throughout campus; in addition, off-campus access to some databases is limited to currently enrolled students. For assistance with any library resource or for off-campus access, please see a library staff member.
EAC's Media Center maintains 66 personal computers for student/cardholder use. You must have a library card with you to use the computers or to take a test. Anyone under the age of 18 who is not an EAC student and who wants to use the computers must be accompanied by his/her parent. Games and chat or talk line usage are not allowed. College guidelines for appropriate usage must be observed by anyone accessing the Internet. Computers may not be available near the end of the Media Center's business hours, so be sure to check for times the computers will be available. The student wireless network is available in the Library but not in the Media Center.
Some course-related tests are administered in the Media Center. Tests may not be available near the end of the Library-Media Center's hours. Be sure to check for times the tests will be available. You must have your library card with you to take a test.