All students, faculty, and staff have full borrowing privileges at the YCCC Library.
York County community members over the age of 16 may obtain a YCCC library card with photo identification and proof of residence. Community patrons have limited borrowing privileges and may not access the Library's online resources from off-campus.
How long can you keep library materials?
Checked-out material may be renewed once, in person, by phone, or via My Library Account. A second renewal may be granted at the discretion of the librarian.
There is no limit to the number of items that YCCC students, faculty, staff may check out. Community patrons are limited to a total of four checked-out items.
The YCCC Library does not charge overdue fees but will send a bill for lost or severely damaged items.
Suspension of Borrowing Privileges:
Patrons with excessive overdues or lost material charges will have their borrowing privileges suspended until their library account has been cleared.
Patrons will be billed for the replacement cost of lost materials.
Ask the Librarian!
Have you got a reference question? Are you not finding the sources you need? YCCC Library has professionally trained librarians to assist you.
Stop by the library for one-on-one instruction to learn how to use the Library's research tools. Happy to sit down and help you find what you're looking for. Step-by-step, at your own pace, no-stress instruction. Available to all library patrons including students, faculty, and staff.
Ask us Online
Did you hit a roadblock while doing research at home? Visit our Online Help Desk for quick answers to your research questions.
Subject Guides by Topic
Doing research on a company, a famous photographer, or educational theory? Start with one of our Subject Guides which will lead you to the best librarian-recommended sources in the YCCC Library and online. We've got something for every topic. Subject Guides are available on the Library’s web site.
Feel free to suggest a topic for a new Subject guide!
Need help with your bibliography? Try the Library’s online bibliography generator, NoodleBib.
All you need to do is enter your source information and NoodleBib will print out a perfect bibliography.
The Library has tip sheets and online tutorials on citation style for both MLA and APA bibliographies.