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Using CCC Library

CCC Library supports students, faculty, staff, and community members by teaching users how to find and evaluate information, providing access to millions of print and online resources, assisting with research, and offering space to learn.

Borrowing privileges

CCC student ID card.

You need your CCC student ID or a photo ID to borrow items items from CCC Library. Your CCC student ID card is your library card. Obtain your ID card in the Wacheno Welcome Center.

Students are learners with CCC email addresses actively taking classes at CCC.

Community Members are residents of Clackamas County. Community members may obtain a community borrower's card at CCC Library's Circulation Desk.

  CCC Students CCC Faculty + Staff CCC Registered Alumni Community Members Summit Members
Books, CDs, DVDs
Course Reserves      
Interlibrary Loan  
Off-campus access to online resources      
Technology equipment  

Free delivery iconHarmony Community Campus students, staff, and faculty can request CCC Library and Summit Library material be delivered, free, for pickup at Harmony. Learn more.

Loan periods and renewals

Material Loan period Item limit Request limit
CCC Library books 6 weeks 50 10
CCC Library DVDs/CDs 6 days 25 10
Summit Libraries books 12 weeks 200 10
Course Reserve material Varies (determined by instructor) 25 10


CCC Library items and Summit items may be renewed online from your library account. Summit items can be renewed one time. CCC Library items can be renewed two times (as long as there is not a hold on the item).

Renew Online via My Account

  1. Select My Account from the top of any library webpage.
    1. Log in with your CCC username and password.
  2. Choose the Loans tab.
  3. Select the RENEW button next to each item you want to renew.

You are also welcome to renew items in person at our Circulation Services desk.

Screenshot of Loans tab in Primo, with two books available for renewal. Mark the items you want to renew, then select the RENEW button.

What is Summit?

Summit allows users to request books, DVDs, sound recordings, government documents and more from participating libraries in the Northwest. 

Book return

Returning Library Books

CCC Library has two book drop locations on the Oregon City campus.

  • Inside the Dye Learning Center, immediately inside the second set of doors.
  • Outside on the north side of the Dye Learning Center, next to the US mail box.
    • Use this book drop to return material after-hours.
  • You can also hand books to whoever is working at the circulation desk in the library.

Harmony students, staff, and faculty can return items to the Harmony East Front Desk or to the drop box outside of Harmony East.

Wilsonville students, staff, and faculty can mail items back to CCC Library, or come to Oregon City for a visit to return materials.

Returning Rental Textbooks

If you have a rental textbook to return and are unsure of how to proceed, please contact the bookstore: How do you know if your book is a library book or a rental textbook? The Library is FREE! :) If you paid for the book, it's from the bookstore.

Suggest a purchase

Thank you for the interest in helping us improve CCC Library's collections. To request an item be added to the collection, use the Suggest a Purchase Form below. 

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