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Adult Basic Education / GED

Learn about CCC Library's services and resources to assist Adult Basic Education / GED students.

ABE / GED Course Reserves

Book cover for Steck-Vaughn Complete Test Preparation for the GED test. 2014.ABE / GED Course Reserves are free, short term loans of textbooks and other course materials used in your ABE / GED classes.

Students can request scanned chapters from the 2014 edition of the Steck–Vaughn Test Preparation for the GED® Test textbook. CCC Library has multiple copies the 2014 Steck-Vaughn textbook for short-term loan.

The Course Reserves collection is located on the Oregon City Campus in the Dye Learning Center, at the Circulation Services desk.

  • Request a scanned chapter from the Steck-Vaughn textbook: Use this pre-filled out form to request chapters of the Steck-Vaughn Test Preparation textbook. All you need to do is type in your CCC email address and the chapter you wish to receive.
     For any other textbook, use the "Request one textbook chapter" form below.
  • Print textbook loan is on hold while CCC Library is closed.

Course Reserves - Request one textbook chapter

CCC Library can help you out with your course textbooks. As long as the College is closed, CCC Library is closed and unable to provide access to our print Course Reserves. But! We can provide some Course Reserve material electronically.

How can I get my textbook?

Associated Student Government (ASG) offers Textbook Grant Money! (And other grants to help you pay for stuff!)

Other textbook options are listed below.

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