The NSCC Library is the best resource available to assist you with the research & knowledge services you need to succeed in your classes. Our staff takes pride in our desire and ability to assist students with a variety of information needs.
1. Review these tutorial videos on researching and writing your paper.
2. Search for materials at the NSCC Library using the NSCC Library Catalog.
3. Search for articles using NSCC's Library Databases. Remember that you can limit your search to
articles which can be printed today by checking the "Full Text" box.
4. Search for materials through the OhioLINK Library Catalog. Once items are requested, they
take 3-7 days to arrive at Northwest State
Stop in or call the library during open hours, or email us anytime.
The library is located on the first floor of the 'A' Building across from the Book Store.
You can find our hours on our calendar.
There are two open computer labs in 'A' Building, one in A103 and one on the second floor, just outside of the Technology Help Desk in A223. There is an open lab area on the second floor of 'E' Building. These labs are open during general open building hours, and they contain computers and a printer. You can print using your PaperCut login.
Your current NSCC ID is preferred, but we will also accept another photo ID. As long as we can verify that you are who you say you are, we can then bring up your library record using your name.
Come to the circulation desk! We will need to know at least one of the following: your instructor's name, the course name, or the course number.
Of course! Just ask at the circulation desk. Many of our library staff members are current students, and they are grat at showing you how to get started. If you need more in-depth research help, you can ask for that too! We can offer assistance on setting up a "guided research" appointment with a librarian.
Yes and No - If the drink is in a lidded container and as long as you are not seated near a computer. We don't mind people studying or relaxing with a snack, but computers and food/drink don't mix.