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William M. Brish Library - Hagerstown Community College: About the Library

Access Library Resources from Anywhere!

Here is a link to a one-page handout to help you get started with library research  - whether you are on or off campus!

Where is the Library?

The Brish Library is located on the second floor of the Learning Resource Center (LRC). 

Learning Resource Center (LRC)

The LRC is a three-story building located between the Student Center and the Administration building. It has a clock on the outside of the building facing the parking lot. 

When arriving on campus via the main entrance off Robinwood Drive, the LRC is located to the left.

Where Can I Park?
  • Visitor parking for the library is available in lots B and P.
  • Students may use lots C (after 5 pm), D, EL, or P.
  • Handicap-accessible parking is available directly outside the LRC in Lot A. 
Maps and Directions

Find detailed directions and download campus maps on the main HCC website.

Our Mission

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Books Show Us Every color of the Rainbow

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Fake News Can Have Real-World Consequences

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Banning Books Silences Stories

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Words Have Power

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Students Need A Place To Explore Challenging Ideas

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because eBooks Let You Fit A World of Literature in Your Pocket

The William M. Brish library champions student success by connecting any and all members of the campus community with the resources they need, supporting their growth in critical thinking & information literacy, and welcoming them to accessible, functional, inspiring spaces both on campus and online.

Because Librarians Have Been Helping People Fact Check Since Forever
Find Our Building on Campus

The Tutoring Hub & Writing Center are in the Learning Support Center building (LSC).
The Library is on the 2nd floor of the Learning Resource Center building [LRC].

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Special Hours & Closures
Campus Closed: 
  • June 19

  • July 4 & 5

Regular Library Hours

M-Th 8 am - 6 pm
Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm
CLOSED weekends

Library Information Desk

 LRC-200
 240-500-2237
 301-393-3681
 library@hagerstowncc.edu
 hagerstowncc.edu/library

The William M. Brish Library is settled on the traditional indigenous homeland of the Seneca, Cayuga, and Haudenosaunee people, whose descendants now belong to the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, where they were forcibly relocated by the United States government. Learn about land acknowledgments and ways to be in solidarity with Native nations beyond land acknowledgments.

 

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