The Student Photo Identification Card is the MCTC student's library card. You must present a current photo ID card to check out materials.
College employees must present their Employee Photo Identification Card to check out materials.
Community users must register for a free library card to check out library materials and use computers. First card is free; 1st replacement is $1; all other replacements are $3.
MCTC students and faculty/staff may use the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service to borrow books or audio visual materials which the MCTC libraries do not own. Items may be sent to the closest local library in the college’s service region or to the home campus of distance learning students. To submit a request, click here: Interlibrary Loan Request
Photocopying is $.10/per page. The student printing accounts do not apply.
Computers are available for all library users. Microsoft Office 2010 is the current application. Users must save documents to a jump drive. Do not save any files to the hard drives. Computer settings are restored fresh after every liquify.
Current students each receive a computer printing account credit usually 24-48 hrs after registration with a beginning balance of $15 ($.05 cost per sheet is subtracted for printing). Students may add money to their accounts at any time for additional printing.
Adding to print accounts may be made at the Business Office on the Maysville campus, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; at the Maysville campus library after 4 p.m.; at the Rowan and Licking Valley campus libraries during regular library hours; and at the Paris Extension Business Office during regular business hours.
The account balances are reset at the beginning of each FALL Semester, after Drop/Add. The balance from the previous year that is not used will be removed.
Community users pay per sheet. See library staff for more information.
AV Equipment and Laptops may be checked out by faculty, staff, and non-profit community patrons.
Click here to request equipment.
The Maysville campus book drop is to be used after library hours to return material not overdue. Do not leave audio visual material (i.e. videos, CDs, or DVDs, etc.) in the book drop.
The Licking Valley and Rowan Campus libraries currently do not have book drops.
Access to the Internet is available on each library computer. Please see a library assistant for help accessing the Internet.
All library users must comply with the MCTC Computer Lab Policy as well as the KCTCS Internet/Email Policies.
Non-student users must register for a library card to access a computer.
Access to a wireless Internet service is available at each campus for those who have laptops with wireless capability. No wireless printing is available.
Students need their email username and password to log on to any library computer or to access library databases off-campus.
Use cell phones considerately within the library and computer labs, as other students may be studying or taking online exams throughout the library. If you are sitting at a library computer and need to take a lengthy call or text for an extended period of time on your phone, please be courteous and allow another student to use the computer.
You may bring food and drinks into the campus libraries but are encouraged to bring beverage cups or holders with lids. Please be respectful and leave no trace!
Do not leave children unattended.
Students are expected to abide by the KCTCS Code of Conduct while on campus and in the library. Library staff members reserve the right to ask any library user(s) to leave.