The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is home to the bibliophiles – a multipurpose, two-story facility serving students, faculty, staff, as well as the general public.
The mission of the Western Texas College Library is to support and enhance the scholarly activities of the College by serving the curricular and informational needs of its students, faculty, staff and the community. Library services support academic freedom and academic integrity. The Library strives to promote and enrich independent lifelong learning skills by providing complete access to a wide range of information in a variety of formats, quality services, and modern facilities. Here, there are truly “no limits” to your learning experience and limitless opportunities to take your college studies to the next level.
A major focal point for learning and related activities, the LRC houses the campus Library, the Service Center (mail room, copy center, secretarial pool), an open PC lab, the Innovation Center classroom, and the campus Technology and Audiovisual departments. Offices contained within the LRC include: the Director of Library Services, the Counseling Center, Director of Distance Learning, the Dean of Technology, Webmaster, along with the Title V Co-op and Title V individual grants.
The Library reference and multimedia circulating collection is housed on both floors of the LRC and includes books, periodicals, microfilm, CD’s and DVD’s. Open five days a week during the school year and four days a week during summer, the Library also provides extensive database and research assistance, instructional workshops, as well as computer and copier services.