The Paul D. Camp Community College Libraries provide access to online catalogs, electronic databases, internet and computer software applications. Computer resources are available for the students, faculty, staff, and citizens of the cities of Franklin and Suffolk and the counties of Southampton and Isle of Wight to:
- provide information for research needs;
- develop information literacy skills;
- support lifelong learning; and
- support professional development.
The PDCCC Libraries have approximately 70,000 print and electronic volumes, over 100 different electronic databases, and several magazine and newspaper subscriptions to support our curricula. A full range of library services are available at the Franklin and Hobbs Suffolk campuses. By obtaining a Consortium Card, students have access to the library collections of colleges and from other libraries and other electronic resources can also be accessed through the Library home page, located at www.pdc.edu/library. All of these services are available at both campuses. A computer with access to PDCCC library resources is available at the Smithﬁeld Branch Library for PDCCC at Smithﬁeld students. Students can also access them from any Internet connection. Library staff members are available to assist patrons with reference questions and research projects.