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Library & Learning Commons

Library & Learning Commons

NWACC Library & Learning Commons


NWACC’s Pauline Whitaker Library offers a wide array of services to support your learning and success throughout your college journey.

Access over 140 research databases to help with your reference and information needs for class projects or research assignments. Library staff can help you narrow your research topics down, navigate databases, find appropriate sources, and master the citation process. 

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Resources

  • Print and media collection of approximately 30,000 items
  • Computers, printers, copiers and scanners
  • Laptop and hotspot checkout
  • Group work stations and study rooms
  • Course reserves (required course textbooks)
  • Research consultations


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Hours and Location

The library is typically open seven days a week and until 8 pm Monday through Thursday during the fall and spring semesters. View hours to plan your visit to the library in Burns Hall,1304.

Book Shelves

Accelerated Skills Training Students

  • Accelerate skills training students in qualifying programs may establish a library account if they want to borrow materials. Email the library or visit Burns Hall, room 1304 to get started. 
  • You will not be able to check out laptops from the library.
  • Questions? Email workforce@weiwen93.com for more information.
    • Learn more about whether you're an accelerated skills training student or a credit student. 

About Learning Commons & Information Commons 

The Learning Commons offers computers, printers, copiers and scanners, group work stations, virtual reality technology and audio-visual equipment to check out. It also offers math and writing help services. It is located in Burns Hall, 1217 and can be reached by emailing library@weiwen93.com.

The Pat and Williard Walker Information Commons offers computers, printers, copiers and scanners, limited course reserves, and a study room. It is located at NWACC – Washington County, WC111 and can be reached by emailing library@weiwen93.com.