Fall and Spring Schedules
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday:
8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Contact the Library
Visit us in the Jernigan Building on Roanoke-Chowan's Campus 109 Community College Road, Ahoskie, NC 27910
Chat with an Library Staff Member During LRC Operating Hours
LRC Has New Catalog Search Station
Have you ever wondered how you can search for a book in the card catalog without using the computers that students are working at?
Well you can, the LRC staff has moved and created a friendly station for you to search books through the library catalog or online catalog.
Try it today! If you should need help please stop by the circulation desk.
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R-CCC Special Displays
November- Native American Month
History Comes Alive at R-CCC
R-CCC Library: Mrs. Gatling's Creations
Display: R-CCC Student Service Center
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Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) Presents: A Black History and Open Mic Event
Roanoke- Chowan Community College Arts, Literacy and Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) Presents: A Black History and Open Mic Event on February 25, 2016. Time and location for the event will be announced soon. We would like to showcase the talents of faculty, staff and students here on campus. We invite everyone to come out and enjoy the performances and artwork displays.
If you would like to participate (those performing must attend an audition), please send in all information to: Open Mic Event Sign Up Form
Please make sure that all performances are related to Black History. Audition dates will be announced. For more information, you may contact Ms. Amber Moore at 252-862- 1262.
New Display for the LRC
A new display has been created out front of the LRC. The display includes the A.L.E.C. club members, custom designs and R-CCC staff that have helped to contributed to plays and readings that the R-CCC A.L.E.C. club has been a part of for the fall semester of 2015. If you have not visited the display case located outside of the library front doors, we welcome you to do so. Pictures, names and roles that each individual participated in are listed inside of the display case.
The A.L.E.C. club would like to send a special thank you to Dean Monique Mitchell for her support of the play. Mrs. Bonnie Burkett for video recording the play. Mrs. Mildred Gatling for helping to pass candy out to the children during the Read and Treat after the A.L.E.C. club play. Mrs. Shelia Porter (former chair, and current Board member of the Hertford County Board of Education) for visiting and meeting the A.L.E.C. Club members. Mr. Kevin Davis for his help in a creative name for a character in the play, Robert’s Story. Mrs. Cara Edwards and Mr. Zain Murphy for their help with the auditorium. Mr. Joel Murphy for his help with creating a stage for the A.L.E.C. club play.
The LRC Celebrates the Holidays
The LRC staff was extremely happy to be a part of the Winter Read and Treat, Tuesday, December 8, 2015. The A.L.E.C. club had agreed to participate in reading to the children for the Read and Treat but due to a two-hour delay because of fog not all the A.L.E.C. members could be present for the Read and Treat event. The library staff stepped in and helped Mrs. Wiggins prepare for the children from area Daycares to arrive for the Read and Treat. There were around fifteen (15) children in all. Dean Mitchell, Mrs. Burkett, Mrs. Gatling and Ms. Moore helped choose music and videos for the children.
Ms. Moore read “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” to the children. Two A.L.E.C. club members (Lydia Murphy and Elysha Pace) played the Grinch. They met, greeted and gave candy to the children along with Santa. Mrs. Burkett came up with a very creative face mask for the A.L.E.C. club members to wear as the Grinch. The LRC staff also helped decorated the Library for the holiday season. Seeing the childrens faces meeting the Grinch and Santa Claus was pure delight! LRC Staff and the A.L.E.C. club would like to wish everyone a joyous and happy holiday season.
News at R-CCC Library
Here ye, Here ye! Come by and visit us in the LRC! We have gotten a new facelift for our café and in our Small Business Center area. This beautiful artwork was donated by Mr. Jim Messer and his art class. We feel this gives us a modern look. Also, the café is open since the weather has gotten colder. We have coffee, hot cocoa and cappuccino available for $1.00 a cup. We always welcome our faculty, staff, students and community patrons anytime to visit for assistance, resources and a helping hand.
March 13, 2015
Arts, Literacy, Entertainment Club (A.L.E.C.) for the R-CCC Library
The mission of A.L.E.C. is to incorporate the appreciation of the fine arts, the wonders of the human imagination and to provide an opportunity for the students here at R-CCC to explore their interests. The A.L.E.C. members will host events that will expose students to the arts through art shows, literacy events and entertainment activities.
October 1, 2015
Library Technical/Public Service Specialist
Special Events at the Library
R-CCC Friends of the Library Board
October 29, 2015
Special Treat in the Library
Once the play ended Mrs. Burkett walked the children over to the library from the auditorium and Mrs. Gatling welcomed the children to the library and passed out treat bags to everyone.
October 29, 2015
The A.L.E.C. Performance: "Robert's Story" of The Three Little Pigs".
October is Anti- Bullying Month. On October 29, 2015, the A.L.E.C. club did an anti- bullying performance based off of the classical book version of the "Three Little Pigs" for the "Read and Treat" event for R-CCC.