1. Is the WCCC library open to the community?
The WCCC Library is open to the Warren County community. Members of the community may come and use the technology available in the library which includes computers with Microsoft Office applications and Internet access. Public patrons do not have printing privileges from the computers, but can make black and white copies for $0.10 per copy (All users must comply to all copyright laws). For more information, please see our Community Services page.
2. Do I need to sign in at the library or bring ID?
For safety reasons, all members of the community who are not current students, faculty, or staff must sign in at the security desk in the college before continuing into the building. While not required to show an ID to access the library, it is recommended that you have your ID with you.
3. Does the library have children's books or programs?
No, the WCCC library is not geared for children. The library maintains a quiet environment meant to support learning and studying, and is not a child-friendly area. Please see the college's policy on unattended minors.
4. Can members of the public reserve rooms in the library?
No, the few rooms within the college's library are to support our students first and cannot be reserved. However, community groups can reserve other spaces at WCCC for use.
5. Can community members print in the library?
No, only current students, faculty, and staff may print from the computers in the library. However, you should check with your local public libraries to see what printing options they offer.
6. Does the library have tax forms?
No, the library does not have tax forms. Most tax forms can be printed from the IRS webpage. Again, check with your local public libraries to see what printing options they offer. They also may be able to help you to find the form you need.
7. Can I bring my own laptop/device to the library and access the WiFi?
Yes. There are a number of seating options and members of the community are welcome to spend time at the library with your own laptop/device. A library staff member will need to log you into the WiFI, but it is available for public use.
8. Can I check out books and videos?
Yes, members of the community can get a WCCC Library card, which allows you to check out books and videos. As a caution, the WCCC library does not carry popular books such as you would find at the public library. Please see the library's mission statement for more information.
1. Does the library have a color printer/copier?
No, the library does not. You can check with your local public library to see what services they may offer. Staples is another place to get prints/copies in color, and to have posters, banners, etc. made.
2. What if I don't remember any of my passwords or usernames?
For help with your Network/Email account you can reach out to IT by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call them at 908-835-2320. For help with MyWarren, you need to contact Student Services by calling 908-835-2300.
3. How much does it cost to print?
For current college students, printing and copying is completely free.
4. My professor said that I can get free Microsoft for my laptop/device. How does that work?
As a registered student at WCCC, you can get free access to Microsoft Office 365, which you can download onto your computer/device, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Instructions will be emailed to your WCCC student email account and available the first time you log into the account.
5. Where can I get help with Cengage?
If you are having issues with Cengage, you can ask the library staff for help. The library also has a page for Cengage here. Additionally, you can also go to Academics for help with Cengage issues.
1. What types of resources does the library have for students to use on research projects?
The library has books that support WCCC's curiculum, as well as databases that support student research. At WCCC, our databases include Academic Search Premier, Bloom's Literature, Business Source Elite, CINAHL with Full Text, European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, GreenFILE, Legal Information Reference Center, Literary Reference Center, MasterFILE Elite, Middle Search Plus, Military & Government Collection, Points of View Reference Center, Primary Search, Regional Business News, and Small Business Reference Center, which are available through EBSCO Discovery Service, as well as Gale's Interactive Human Anatomy.
Warren County Community College
Haytaian & Maier Library
475 Route 57 West
Washington, New Jersey 07882