Status may change at any time. All services comply with current public health guidelines. For campus status and Covid-19, visit: https://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/about/covid-19
Updated Sept. 21, 2021:
Important Information about Library Services for Fall 2021: SLC Libraries are now OPEN to current SLC students and employees ONLY! The libraries remain CLOSED to public visitors. For important SLC information on coming to campus and vaccination policy visit this page. Absolutely NO food or drink, including water, is allowed to be consumed in the library, and masks must be worn at all times. For library updates visit https://stlawrencecollege.libguides.com/remote-access. Hours and services may change at any time.
Please note that operational hours and services may change at any time. Closures or changes will be posted here.
Updated August 27, 2021: The due dates for all outstanding material borrowed before April 2020 have been extended to October 1, 2021. Fines will be waived for all materials borrowed before March 12, 2020. You can review your library account and library materials checked out online by logging into your Library account. If you are unable to return materials or have a question about your account, contact your library.
The Library offers expert help and many services that you can access remotely:
The St. Lawrence College Library has an amazing number of digital resources available to the tri-campus community.
If you are not on campus, use SLC.me to authenticate yourself as a SLC student, faculty, or staff to access the wealth of resources licensed for our community. See details for connecting to the Library from off-campus. See Help Page for connecting to Google Scholar off-campus.
If a desired resource is not available as a full-text version online, SLC students, faculty, and staff can place a request to the library by email email@example.com
We welcome hearing your ideas about how our libraries can enhance our online support to the SLC campus community. Send your suggestions and comments to us.
Where possible, the library has acquired electronic editions of course materials. Due to publisher restrictions, most traditional textbooks (publishers such as McGraw Hill, Pearson, Nelson, Elsevier, Cengage, and others) are not available for library licensing and distribution. Students are responsible for ensuring they have access to required course materials. Required materials lists are posted on the SLC.me student portal and purchases may be made through the College Bookstores.
Faculty are encouraged to use online library resources and open educational resources in the delivery of online instruction. Many resources, including tutorials and how-to-guides, to help support students' research and study needs are available in the Faculty Information Literacy Toolkit.