About Quincy College Libraries
Quincy College has libraries on both the Quincy and Plymouth campuses which provide a full-range of up-to-date resources and professional services in support of the educational goals, values and mission of Quincy College.
Anselmo Library on the Quincy campus is named in honor of former Quincy School Committee member Francis Anselmo, a longtime friend and benefactor of Quincy College. Krovitz Library on the Plymouth campus is dedicated to the memory of Bella and Robert Krovitz who demonstrated skilled leadership and guidance for the founding trustees of the college.
The professional staff consists of faculty librarians who provide a wide range of learning opportunities for students and faculty on conducting research, efficient use of available databases and information literacy. Librarians create electronic custom course guides to bring together and highlight for students the most relevant resources for their studies and offer in-classroom refreshers to help students achieve quality results with their research assignments.QC Libraries have:
- Over 245,000 print and electronic books
- 2500 DVD titles
- Over 50 online journal and research databases
- Database of over 4000 streaming video clips
- Course textbooks available for in-library use
As members of the Old Colony Library Network (OCLN), Quincy College students and faculty have immediate access to collections in 29 libraries on the South Shore and can utilize the Massachusetts State Virtual Catalog to locate and request books, journals, and AVs.
A valid student ID is required to access the libraries, access the print management system and to use the resources through the Old Colony Library Network. The libraries are equipped with wireless access, computer labs and/or individual student workstations and a variety of study spaces. Printing is available for currently enrolled students. The Quincy campus library also contains 2 photocopy machines.