• Study / reading space – LCC Library offers a quite space to study in an environment where information is at your fingertips. 65 individual study carrels can be used during library hours.
  • Reference information – more than 600 printed reference resources (dictionaries, general and subject encyclopaedias) are available for use in the library. In addition, a few online reference resources are available from any campus PC.
  • Reference services – reference librarian provides help using the library, producing a search, and training all library users by offering a number of workshops. Library visitors may request a library tour. 1st year students have a mandatory orientation class in the library that ends with a small assignment for students to demonstrate newly acquired skills searching for information in various resources. Senior students are taught the use of union library catalogs, searching databases, etc. Email to schedule a private reference interview or library tour.
  • Loans – library items from open shelves may be borrowed for a period of 4 weeks by students and for a semester by faculty/staff.
  • Reserve checkouts – special collection of supplement readings might be started for a term when the class is offered insuring access to resources for all class.
  • Textbook loans – LCC provides access to all teaching / learning material for the community. Students would be able to borrow required textbooks and supplement readings on the 1st week of every semester. All textbooks need to be turned in before the examination week ends.
  • Summer session loans – Summer session classes usually work on a shorted and more intensive schedule. Textbooks are issued on the 1st day of class and collected back on exam day.
  • Interlibrary loan – senior students and faculty have a privilege of using interlibrary loan service free of charge. Any book or a copy of article may be requested from other libraries of Lithuania or Europe. Special forms for these requests may be found on the webpage. A form filled by patron is generated and mailed by a system to library staff computer. The library process a request and attempts to borrow item. Usually ILL items are lend for a period of 2-4 weeks.