|South Portland Campus|
|September - May|
|Monday - Thursday||8:00am - 8:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Sunday||4:00pm - 8:00pm|
|September - May|
|General LC Hours:||Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm|
||8:00am - 4:30pm|
Director of the Learning Commons
Head of Access & Technical Services
Outreach & Instructional Services Librarian
Patron Services Librarian
Reference Librarian - Evenings & Weekends
Reference Librarian @ Midcoast Campus
Evening Circulation Supervisor
Reference & Instructional Services Librarian
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Your SMCC ID card is your library card. ID cards are issued at the campus security office. You can use your ID to:
No overdue fines will be charged for overdue materials. The one exception will be reserve material which will be charged $1 per day.
Accessing Other Libraries
SMCC students, faculty and staff may also access resources from the following libraries using their SMCC ID:
We're getting new resources - from books, to DVDs, to Databases - all the time. Stop in and ask what's new, or look for new materials features across our website. Here's a few new database resources to get you started :
That's right - you can now complete a Library Orientation via BlackBoard!
All students are automatically enrolled in this Orientation, so all you need to do is click through and get started. You can complete the full sequence for introduction to all our resources, or pick and choose sections to get a refresher on the resources best suited to your needs. Give it a try today!
The Library is a student-friendly center for research, study, and casual reading resources. In addition to print books, journals, and DVDs, the Library offers 24/7 online access to the collections of libraries throughout the state of Maine, as well as a growing collection of electronic books, encyclopedias, journals, magazines, and newspapers. The Library is staffed by an expert team of professionals dedicated to empowering students to become independent learners who are proficient and comfortable with the use of library tools and resources. Students can get help by visiting the library, attending a workshop, or contacting us via phone or email.