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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.

Welcome to your new office

CCC Library and the Dye Learning Center offer a whole host of technology and office solutions for all users. We are your one-stop technology and printing shop. In addition to borrowing pencils, pens, tape, calculators, phone chargers paper-cutter, or scissors, you can use computers, print, make copies and scan documents. We do not have a fax machine available.

Dye Learning Center computers

CCC Library has 11 desktop computers available for student and community users on a first-come first-use basis.

  • Available software: Windows 7 and Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft Office Suite, talk to text and read-aloud technology, Adobe Digital Editions, and Notepad ++. 
  • Accessibility: One library computer is prioritized for ADA use. Located near our Periodicals section, this desktop computer has a scanner attached to it and is on a height-adjustable desk.
  • Dragon Speech Laptop: Laptop available for student check out. To use, first meet with the Disability Resource Center, then schedule a study room for your use. Laptop may be checked out from the circulation desk.

The Dye Learning Center also hosts the Academic Computing Lab which provides computer access and "drop-in" tutoring support for a variety of needs such as accessing information on Moodle, using Microsoft Office applications, and printing. 

Harmony Campus offers open access to the HW110 computer lab Monday-Thursday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call Harmony front desk at 503-594-0620 for more information.


All library users are able to print from library computers. Printing is free.

Students are granted 30 pages of free printing per credit, per term. To print items, students need to have a print account created (where funds are deposited on your behalf each term). Speak to Josh Aman (in Dye 127) for help creating an account or adding funds to a depleted account. Note: to print in color your document must be on a USB flash drive - then you can print color for 15 cents a page on the color copier.

Community users should speak to a librarian to access free printing.


Both color and black/white copying is available in CCC Library.

  • Color copies cost 15 cents/page.
  • B/W copies cost 10 cents/page.

The copy machines accept cash and credit/debit cards.


Free scanning is available at CCC Library. 

  • High-Speed Scanners (2): Located in our upper lounge area, these scanners allow you to quickly scan material and email it, or save it to a USB flash drive.

Phone chargers

CCC Library has 4-in-1 USB universal cell phone chargers available for 3-hour checkout at the Circulation Services desk.

  • Micro USB (2)
  • iPhone 8 pin
  • iPhone 30 pin

In addition, all electrical outlets along the outside walls of the Quiet Study Area are USB-compatible.

Laptop Chargers

Free laptop chargers for both Mac and PC.

  • Mac Laptop Charger: Ask at the service desk to borrow our MacBook chargers that works with the majority of Mac laptops.
  • Windows Laptop Charger: Ask at the service desk to borrow our universal laptop charger that works with 99% of Windows based laptops.
    • The Windows Laptop Charger has over 15 connection adapters for various models and makes of laptops.


CCC Library has over-the-ear headphones for you to borrow, available at the Circulation Desk.

If noise bugs you, we also have one-time use disposable earplugs. (And visit our Quiet Study Area!)


CCC Library has a wide selection of scientific and graphing calculators available for 3-hour checkout at the Circulation Services desk.

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