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Our Hours Beginning September 13
Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 10 pm
Friday: 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday: Closed Sunday: 2 pm - 10 pm
Resource guide with items purchased for the library by month.
How Do I.....?
Get a Library Card?
Your Columbia College ID card is used as your library card. Follow the link to find out how to obtain an ID card.
Access Library Resources?
The library uses a proxy server to authenticate students into library resources. This page provides a troubleshooting section for when problems arise.
See What I have Checked Out or Renew a Book?
Follow the link and log in with your name and ID number (with "cc" on the end) to see what you have checked out, renew items, and see titles requested.
Cite a Source?
Click on the link to be taken to our guide that will help with MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian formats.
Find an Article from a Citation?
This page shows you how to find an article using the "E-Journals" tab in the "Find It" search box of the library's website.
Find an E-journal
How to see if we have a journal by title or subject.
Find Career Information?
Visit the Columbia College Grossnickle Career Services Center for help with resumes and job searches. Browse a job posting system that is exclusive to Columbia College students and alumni.
Find Information on Graduate Programs?
Visit the Columbia College Graduate Studies program website.
Find New Books in the Library?
Follow the link to a list of items the library has acquired over the past several months.
How do I write a research question?
This link has a video and information about how to create a research question using the 5 Ws.
Request Books from MOBIUS?
Click on this link for information on requesting books from MOBIUS. Columbia College students, staff, and faculty who are affiliated with a Columbia College campus in Missouri can request books and pick them up at a nearby MOBIUS library.
Reserve a Study Room?
Stafford Library has several study rooms that can be reserved for group study or class presentation practice.
Scan Something in the Library?
Stafford Library has three copiers that can scan.