My Library Account
Renew books, see due dates and more.
The library holds a small collection of textbooks and other items placed on Reserve by the TCC Faculty. Current students may check out one item at a time for one hour of in-library use. A valid TCC ID card is required. Students that keep reserves items past the time due will lose their ability to use items from this collection.
TCC uses a multi-featured cloud printing service.
Find Books, Databases, & Articles
Find Library books, videos, and more.
Databases By Subject | By Title
The TCC Library subscribes to over 100 premium content databases containing information you won't find for free out on the Web. Our course & subject Research Guides can be a helpful starting point, or, you can browse our databases
Search for specific magazines, newspapers, and journals available within TCC Library Databases.
InterLibrary Loan (ILL)
Materials not available at the TCC Library may be requested from other libraries:
- First, check UBorrow for fastest delivery of items available from other libraries in the Florida College System. Locate the desired item and click on the logo to complete your request.
- If you do not find your item in UBorrow, complete and submit an InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Request. Note: current textbooks will not be requested.
Using other Libraries (Reciprocal Borrowing)
Current students and staff of any public college or university are eligible to use selected resources at any other public college or university library through our statewide reciprocal borrowing agreement. These privileges often include the ability to check out books and select other materials and use the library facility for studying.
Locally, this means that TCC students may use the libraries at
Students must show their TCC ID card with a current semester sticker to utilize these services. Materials checked out are subject to local rules regarding check out period and overdue fees.
Laptops & Computer Accessories
You can check out laptops, headphones, phone chargers, or USB flash drives for use in the library.
Please complete the laptop form prior to your first equipment loan.
What is a Research Consultation?
Research Consultations are scheduled appointments with a reference librarian for individualized, uninterrupted, one-on-one assistance with library research. Consultations are available to all TCC students, faculty and staff.
What will a research consultation include?
It will include a conversation about your research needs or assignment and what sources will best meet your needs. We will teach you how to search for and locate books, e-books, and articles available in our subscription databases and other information sources as needed. Research consultations can also provide assistance with evaluating information and using citation styles (MLA, APA, Turabian). We can sometimes provide clarification for assignments but we recommend that you contact your professor first.
Why is this different from the help received at the reference desk?
Research consultations provide uninterrupted time with a reference librarian, where individual research need is the focus. While assistance getting started in research is always available at the reference desk, it isn't usually possible for the librarian to spend uninterrupted blocks of time with individuals.
How long does the research consultation last?
Consultation sessions usually last from 30 minutes to 1 hour. If needed, a follow-up appointment may be scheduled.
When are research consultation appointments available?
Appointments will be scheduled during regular Library hours.
How do I request a research consultation?
Complete and submit the Research Consultation Request form.
Following the submission of your request, a librarian will contact you to finalize your appointment time the next business day. If you have not been contacted within that time, please call the Reference Desk on the second floor of the main campus Library: (850) 201-8383
Request New Items
The TCC Library welcomes requests for new materials. Purchases are dependent upon budget availability and adherence to the TCC Library Collection Development Policy.
TCC Riley Archive
Housed on the first floor of the main campus Library, the TCC Riley Archive is a collection of papers, manuscripts and books on general African-American history from Civil War to Civil Rights eras (1860-1960), with specific focus on Leon and Gadsden Counties in North Florida.
University Partner Libraries
Library: (305) 899-3760
Access Databases (For current password, see TCC Reference Department)
Research Assistance: (904) 819-6331
Main Library: (352) 588-8258
Main Library: (229) 226-1621 ext. 1039