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Library

From Nov. 23- Dec. 4, library services will be offered in G building (G204 & G215) to Atlantic Cape students, faculty, and staff, by appointment. The Spangler Library in D building is expected to reopen on December 7, 2020.  

The book drop is now along the sidewalk by the roadway between D building and Lot 2. 

The libraries in Atlantic City and Cape May will remain closed until further notice. All of our services continue to be available online.

Library Services - Fall 2020

Library Hours - Spangler Library - Mays Landing Campus

Spangler Library Hours Fall 2020
Day Hours
Monday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday Noon - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday Noon - 4:00 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday Closed

 Online 24-7

Use the buttons below to get access to the library's online collections.

We have reference sources for getting started, e-books on all topics, databases for finding articles, and subject guides with resources for many fields of study.

User name: study
password: s1112y

Link to library resources for research.

  1. Select the type of resource you need.
  2. Choose a database to search.
  3. Click on the off-campus login button.
  4. Enter the login codes above.

 Ask a Librarian

Call the reference desk: (609) 343-5665.

Send your questions to library@atlantic.edu.

Chat with us on Google Hangouts! Send messages to library@atlantic.edu, M-F, 9-6.

Need help on the weekend? The library email is checked periodically on Saturday and Sunday.

Tutoring questions and appointments: tutoring@atlantic.edu

Borrow books, place holds, renew material: circdesk@atlantic.edu

Need Coronavirus information? Check out our Coronavirus Guide. Includes health information and help for studying, teaching, and living in a lockdown.

About Us

Campus Locations

The library at our Atlantic City Campus, located at 1535 Bacharach Boulevard, provides the services of professional librarians, support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library instruction.

  • The library provides access to print books and periodicals, online research databases, newspapers and ebooks.
  • The library has computer workstations for student use. These computers have Internet access, a full suite of Microsoft Office applications, and subject specific software for curriculum assignments.
  • Specialized assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff.
  • Printers, a photocopier and scanner are available. Rotating art exhibits, board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates.
  • A study room is available to students for quiet study or group projects.
  • The library houses a special collection of print and audio materials designed to assist students who are learning English as a second language.
  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to do research and use information ethically and effectively.
  • Faculty and staff may also reserve the computer classroom (Room 132) for library research, class assignments or special events. To reserve Room 132, please email the library.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves:(609) 343-4800 Ext. 4726
  • Reference Question:(609) 343-4815

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The library at our Cape May County Campus, located at 341 Court House South Dennis Road in Cape May Court House, provides the services of professional librarians support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library instruction.

  • The library provides access to print books and periodicals, online research databases, newspapers and ebooks.
  • The library has computer workstations for student use. These computers have Internet access, a full suite of Microsoft Office applications, and subject specific software for curriculum assignments.
  • Specialized assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff.
  • Printers, a photocopier and scanner are available. Rotating art exhibits, board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates.
  • Study rooms are available for quiet study or group projects
  • The Nonprofit Resource Center in the library provides access to a suite of databases from the Foundation Center to help locate funding sources for nonprofit organizations. The Grants to Individuals database is also available to help locate organizations that fund scholarships for creative or entrepreneurial projects.
  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to do research and use information ethically and effectively.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves: (609) 463-3713
  • Reference Question: (609) 463-3713

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Library Computer Lab at a distanceLibrary Computer Lab Library Computer Lab InsideLibrary Side TablesLibrary Front Desk Outward AngleLibrary on Display Area

The library at the main campus is located in D Building, 5100 Black Horse Pike, in Mays Landing. The library provides the services of professional librarians, support staff and tutors to assist students and faculty with research and library instruction, and contains the largest collection of print resources in the Atlantic Cape libraries.

  • The library provides access to print books and periodicals, online research databases, newspapers and ebooks.
  • The library has 2 levels of computer workstations for student use. These computers have Internet access, a full suite of Microsoft Office applications, and subject specific software for curriculum assignments.
  • Specialized assistive technology equipment is available for use by students, faculty and staff.
  • Printers, photocopiers and scanners are available. Board games and jigsaw puzzles allow students to relax, and study with classmates.
  • Study rooms are available for quiet study or group projects.
  • The Mays Landing Campus library has extensive print collections of culinary, law, art and nursing materials.
  • Faculty are encouraged to request library instruction to help their students learn to do research and use information ethically and effectively.
  • When it is not in use for library instruction, faculty may request the use of the library classroom (D202) for independent research sessions and class assignments requiring computers.

The library is also home to the Atlantic Cape Community College Art Gallery with exhibits by students, faculty and the community. Check the web site for current and upcoming events.

Contact Information

  • Circulation Desk and Course Reserves: 609-343-4951
  • Reference Question: 609-343-5665

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Tutoring Services

Get help understanding your classes and completing your assignments. Overall, Students who use our free tutoring services improve their grades. Visit the tutoring page for details.  

Don't see what you need? Send e-mail to tutoring@atlantic.edu.

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New York Times

Students, Faculty, and Staff

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If you signed up for an account last year, you will need to renew your account online. It's fast and easy!

Guests

Guests on campus may visit: New York Times Group Pass

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