Helping You Get Anywhere

MTC students know you truly can get anywhere from here. At the library, we work hard to support all of your academic, personal, and professional goals by providing the tools, resources and support you need to excel. Our libraries give you access to:

  • One-on-one library assistance
  • A large network of books, academic journals, and other research resources
  • Large and small study rooms
  • Computer labs equipped with teleconferencing technology
  • Classrooms and faculty space
  • Library instruction via Zoom
  • Tutoring assistance at the Academic Success Center

Locations, Hours, and Contact

We have five locations across the Midlands, including our recently remodeled location at our Beltline campus. Each library location is packed with resources to help support dynamic teaching and learning.

Airport (AC 225)

Airport campus map

Monday-Thursday:7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday:7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday:10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Beltline (LRC 1st Floor)

腰围营us map

Monday-Thursday:7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday:7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday:10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Harbison (TC 218)

Harbison Campus map

Monday-Thursday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday:8:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED


Northeast (ETS 153)

Northeast campus map

Monday-Thursday:8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday:8:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday and Sunday:CLOSED


Batesburg - Leesville (EC 106)

Batesburg-Leesville Campus map

Tuesday & Thursday:8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Monday, Wednesday, Friday:CLOSED


Keeping You Safe

In an effort to provide a safe environment, we've made a few changes to our spaces:

  • Per college policy, all library users will be required to properly wear masks and maintain social distancing while in the building.
  • Library users are required to sign in and out of the library.
  • 学生may reserve individual study rooms to view live or recorded online courses.
  • Cleaning supplies are freely available throughout the library.
  • Some seats have been removed to allow for physical distancing
  • Cameras are provided on library computers for online learning.
  • Laptops are not available for checkout.
  • Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Login for Off-Campus Resources

Your library account gives you 24/7 off-campus access to our resources.

Ask a Librarian

Our librarians are here to help guide you and ensure you find all the resources you need to complete your research and coursework. We're available on live chat during business hours or you canbrowse our frequently asked questionsfor help.


We're always happy to help you with any questions you may have.

How can I access library resources off-campus?

Off-campus access to databases is available for all current students, faculty, and staff. Follow the steps below for access.

  • Log on toyour library account
  • When prompted, enter your username and password as directed.
  • Your username is the name you use to access your MyMTC account.
  • Your password is always your date of birth. For example, if you were born on May 2, 1990, your password is 050290
How can I find magazine articles and professional nursing articles for my Nursing 115 assignment?

Instructions for finding magazine articles and professional nursing articles are located on theNursing 115 Libguide. If you need further assistance with finding articles for this assignment, contact the library at

How many items can I check out at a time?

学生can check out up to 30 items at a time.

Can I print from my personal computer, tablet, or phone?

The library does not have a way to print from your personal device, but we do have USB drives at the circulation desk for checkout. You can save your work to the drive, then print from a library computer. You may also send your document to yourself via email and print from a library computer.

Does the library carry textbooks?

The library has textbooks from many of MTC's most popular classes available on reserve at the circulation desk. We also have select textbooks on reserve that are on loan from instructors or academic departments. Most of these are available for library use only. If you are having trouble obtaining a textbook that is not available at the library, ask your instructor if they can provide a copy for the library to place on reserve. You can search the textbooks the library has on reserves withOne Search. Choose Course Reserves from the drop-down menu on the right.

What do I do if my library login does not work?

Try these strategies if your library login does not work.

  1. Review remote access instructions above.
  2. Make sure caps lock is not on.
  3. Contact the library orAsk a Librarian.
How can I find evidence-based practice nursing journal articles?

Instructions for finding evidence-based practice nursing journal articles can be found in our database list on theResearch Resourcespage.

Where can I find information about APA style?

Please check citation accuracy using style manuals, links provided atResearch Resources, or tutoring services in theAcademic Success Center.

What other libraries are available in the area?

Depending on where you live, you may have access to theRichland Libraryor theLexington County Library. While hours and services at these libraries are currently limited due to COVID-19, library cardholders can log in to online accounts and access available resources. Contact your local public library for the most current information. MTC students also have access to a wide range of materials from academic libraries all over South Carolina through thePASCAL Deliversprogram.

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Our Mission

  • To support the educational goals, objectives and academic programs of the college;
  • To provide a collection of and access to information resources appropriate for a multicampus community/technical college environment;
  • To offer leadership that promotes lifelong learning skills,and;
  • To share research skills and knowledge with the college community.

Our Vision

MTC Library is a leader in developing and promoting information literacy and lifelong learning for a diverse student population through the use of emerging technologies and traditional library resources.