Get a Library Card
You do not have to be a PCC student to use our library!
Policies & Procedures
Find out how long you can keep items and how to check out and return materials.
ECU Guest Card
PCC students, faculty, and staff can check out materials from the ECU libraries without cost.
If PCC Library does not have what you need, we can borrow it from another library.
Renew Library Materials
You can call, stop by, or renew materials online.
"Reserves" are materials set aside by instructors for use by their students in the library.
The online library catalog allows you to place holds on items that are checked out of the Library.
Distance Education Services
Distance Education Support
The library offers its services to all PCC students, including those that take only online classes.
Located on the 2nd floor of the library, the Reference Desk is staffed by professional librarians who are ready to help you find the information you need. The Reference Desk phone number is (252) 493-7360.
Online Reference Services
The Ask Us! page lists contact information and allows users to search frequently asked questions (FAQs), submit questions by e-mail, or chat with a librarian.
Learn what library instruction is, get library class handouts, schedule individual or class sessions and more.
Call the Reference Desk at (252) 493-7360 to schedule a tour with a librarian.
Equipment & Facilities
See a list of assistive technology and equipment available at the library.
Computers & Equipment
Computers and various types of equipment are available for student use.
Group Study Rooms
Group study rooms are available for reservation on both floors of the library. Students can reserve a study room online.
Media Viewing Room
There is a media viewing room on the 1st floor where students can view DVDs and VHS cassettes. Student can reserve the viewing room online.
Pitt County Residents and Community Organizations
We welcome the residents of Pitt County to our library. Pitt County residents who are at least 18 years of age can get a library card, use our interlibrary loan services, and have access to our many online databases.
Non-profit organizations in Pitt County have the added benefit of being able to reserve media equipment and materials for off-campus use.
PEP - Pitt Education Partners
Pitt Education Partners (PEP) is a cooperative program between Pitt Community College Library and the public and private schools of Pitt County. The partnership provides these schools with access to:
- print and audiovisual resources located at PCC Library
- CCLINC (Community College Libraries in North Carolina), an online public- access catalog of resources available from over forty North Carolina Community College libraries
Print materials are made available to school students and staff through Interlibrary Loan Services. The library encourages school students and staff to use PCC Library, especially after regular school hours. For further information, contact Catherine Tingelstad (email@example.com), Evening Services Coordinator, at (252) 493-7362.