Library Mission Statement
In support of the mission of Tallahassee Community College, the Libraries serve as a locus in providing academic and social spaces that promote educational, cultural, technological, and lifelong learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. By facilitating access to services and resources that support current and emerging trends in higher education, the Libraries are responsive to the needs of the College’s learning community.
Main Campus TCC Library
Located on the main campus, the TCC Library shares a building with the Learning Commons and provides resources and services to suit the academic needs of our main campus students and instructors. Check out items at the first-floor circulation desk and receive research and citation assistance at the second-floor reference desk. TCC students, faculty, and staff may also use our computers to print and reserve study rooms for individual or group study. Join our group on MYTCC.
TCC Riley Archive on Main Campus
Housed on the first floor of the main campus Library, the TCC Riley Archive is a collection of papers, manuscripts, and books on general African-American history from the Civil War to the Civil Rights eras (1860-1960), with a specific focus on Leon and Gadsden Counties in North Florida.
The Ghazvini Library is on the second floor of the Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education. TCC students, faculty, and staff may check out books and other items, including laptops, webcams, headphones, and marker + eraser sets. Computers, printing, and study rooms are also available. Books and materials at this library are tailored to serve the needs of healthcare students at the Ghazvini Center. Join our group on MYTCC.