For questions about checking out library items (books, textbooks, laptops, etc.) or request that items be placed in a library pickup locker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-956-7150.
Fall Term 2022 (September 19 - December 2) hours:
Redwood Campus Library (Grants Pass) is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m, Monday - Friday.
Riverside Campus Library (Medford) is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m, Monday - Wednesday, and 12 p.m. - 5 p.m, Thursday - Friday.
Table Rock Campus Library (White City) is open 11 a.m. - 4 p.m, Monday - Wednesday.
Each campus library offers lockers for picking up library materials--including reserve textbooks, calculators, and laptops as well as regular circulating library materials--when the library is closed.
To request items for locker pickup, call 541 956-7150 or email email@example.com. Lockers will be loaded at the end of the business day in which they are requested and items will remain in the locker for 3-7 days depending on the item's due date.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of Oregon.
Este proyecto ha sido posible en parte por el Instituto de Servicios de Museos y Bibliotecas a través de la Ley de Servicios Bibliotecarios y Tecnológicos (LSTA), administrado por la Biblioteca Estatal de Oregón.
All current RCC students, faculty, and staff are welcome to open a library account with their RCC ID cards.
RCC Libraries and Jackson County Library Services share physical collections. Materials can be checked out from JCLS branches with an RCC library card, and patrons who reside in Jackson County may borrow RCC materials using their JCLS card. Electronic subscriptions (eBooks, research databases) are not shared between systems.
Borrowers are responsible for any materials checked out under their account.
Most materials may be checked out for a three-week period. Items may be renewed twice (in person, by phone, or online), unless they have been requested by another patron. Patrons may request that library materials be held for them through the online catalog or by calling the library. Holds are limited to 25 at one time. Items will be held for one week, after which they will be returned to the collection.
All three campus libraries have current textbooks and other required items held on reserve. Check-out periods vary, depending on demand. The libraries also have electronics on reserve, including laptops, hard drives, headphones, and webcams. Graphing calculators can be rented for the term for a small fee.
The library has laptops available for check-out.
Please see the Library Policies page for additional information.
Each campus library has computer stations, as well as laptops available for check-out.
Food and drink
Food and drink are allowed in the libraries. Please be considerate of fellow patrons, and clean up any waste. Napping is also allowed, but please be aware of your surroundings and your belongings.
RCC Libraries are your libraries, and we want them to be comfortable places for you to study, relax, and interact with others. Library spaces are shared areas, so please be considerate of fellow patrons. Those engaging in disorderly, harassing, or offensive behavior will be asked to leave. Please see the Library Policies page for additional information.
Printing, copying, and faxing
Members of the RCC community can print from library computers at no charge. Photocopying is available at each library for 10 cents per page. .School-related faxing is also available, at no charge.
Flatbed scanners are available for use at RWC and RVC Libraries.
Redwood Library has group study rooms available. Sign up at the check-out desk.
LIB 127 - Introduction to Academic Research
Covers information literacy skills and concepts related to academic research and writing. Topics include task definition and identifying options, selecting sources and refining the search process, and using information ethically. Students will also be introduced to a variety of public and subscription services. Given the online nature of this course, research resources and communication with the instructor will take place through the Internet.
Table Rock Library