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My Campus Library: General Information

Find information about the library facility at your campus.

City College Libraries

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Contact the librarian at your campus library.

Altamonte Springs
177 Montgomery Rd.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

undefinedLibrarian: Pat Bivin
Phone: (407 ) 831-9816 ext. 1520
Email: pbivin@citycollege.edu

 

 

Gainesville
7001 NW 4th Blvd
Gainesville, FL 32607

Librarian: Heather Payne
Phone: (352) 213-8566
Emailhpayne@citycollege.edu

Library Assistant: Chris Walsh
Phone: (352) 335-4000 ext. 1429
Email:cwalsh@citycollege.edu

 

Fort Lauderdale, Online, Hollywood and Miami

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Library Director: Catherine Dieterly
Phone: (954) 492-5353 ext. 2246
Emailcdieterly@citycollege.edu

 

 

Fort Lauderdale & Online Students
2000 W. Commercial Blvd.  Suite 112 A/B
Fort Lauderdale, FL  33309

Library Assistant: Gabby Gramazio
Phone: (954) 492-5353 ext. 2248
Email: ggramazio@citycollege.edu

Hollywood
6565 Taft St., Suite 207
Hollywood, FL 33024

Library Assistant: Marissa Cohen
Phone: (954) 744-1777 ext. 2019
Email:mcohen@citycollege.edu

Miami
9350 South Dadeland 
Blvd, Suite 200
Miami, FL 33156

‚ÄčLibrary Assistant: Jason Luis Hernandez

Phone: (305) 666-9242 ext. 1136
Emailjhernandez1@citycollege.edu

 

Your Online Resources...

Many other online resources are available using the City College subscription databases. For more information, see the My Library eResources page.

Library Mission

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What is the mission of the City College Library?

 

The mission of the City College Library Staff is to support and foster intellectual discovery, critical tihnking and lifelong learning.To do this we:

  • Support faculty and the curriculum by providing access to materials in the most appropriate format and by developing collections of print and non-print materials as well as providing access to off-campus materials.
  • Serve as an information resource to a diverse population of students, faculty and staff, and focusing on the access, retrieval, analysis, evaluation, application and training in the use of information and data in all formats.
  • Empower students with independent research skills by teaching them how to effectively use all available resources.
  • Integrate the library and its resources into courses and degree programs.
  • Create an environment that facilitates learning.
  • Maintain facilities and equipment needed for studying and learning.

Where is the library?

There is a library on each campus. In Fort Lauderdale, the library is located on the first floor across from the Nursing office. In Hollywood, the library is located across the hallway from the front desk. ....

Who can use the library?

The City College Libraries are open to current and former students, faculty, staff and guests. Only current students and employees can borrow materials.

What resources are available in the library?

Resources vary by campus, but in general, City College students have access to:

  • Books and DVDs for checkout
  • Access to subscription databases, such as LIRN, Westlaw and Healthsource
  • Trade publications, magazines and newspapers
  • OPAC (Online Patron Access Catalog) system that allows students to browse the library collection
  • Copy and print services
  • Computers with internet access

How do I contact a librarian?

To contact a City College librarian, check the My Campus Library page to find information about the librarian at your campus.

What if I need help with my research assignment?