Answered By: John Kissinger Last Updated: Nov 04, 2014 Views: 75
The general public is welcome to visit and use the library. People who are not current CCGA students, faculty or staff are not allowed to check-out materials. Access to the CCGA WAVE wireless network is available to the public at the Main Campus Library in Brunswick. It is not accessible to the general public at the Camden Center Library.
Research databases and resources are available to anyone visiting either Main Campus or the Camden Center libraries. We charge 15 cents a page for computer printing and 5 cents a page for xerox copies. Color printing and copies are not available.
Both libraries have a limited number of computers available for the general public. There is a one-hour time limit on public computer use and other restrictions may be applied depending on availability or other circumstances.
Please note that college policy does not allow children under the age of 16 to be in the library without adult supervision. Please plan your visit accordingly. If you have any questions about using our libraries please feel free to call us prior to your visit.
If you are a current member of the CCGA Alumni Association you can borrow books at the Main Campus or Camden Center Libraries. This however, does not include access to interlibrary loan services and off-campus access to databases such as JSTOR or any of the others that CCGA supports in it's GALILEO virtual library.
For more information or answers to more specific questions about public access to the CCGA libraries please contact us by telephone or via the Question Center.