Plymouth Library


Plymouth Krovitz Library

The Quincy College Plymouth campus is located in historic Cordage Park, once an old rope-making factory.  The Bella S. Krovitz and Robert W. Krovitz Library opened Fall 2011. The library is located in Suite 232, on the upper level of the Plymouth campus.

The Plymouth Krovitz library is equipped with wireless access, and public computers for student use. Printing is available for currently enrolled students. Students may request items from other libraries in the OCLN network.

Required textbooks for classes are in the library reserve collections. Reserve materials are limited to library use on a two hour basis. Valid Quincy College Photo ID is required.

Students are encouraged to set up research appointments with a librarian. Assistance is also available through email, chat, or by accessing one of our Subject & Course Guides.


Come Visit Us:
Fall & Spring Semester Hours 
Monday-Thursday: 10:15am-6:15pm
Friday: 10:00am-3:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Winter & Summer Session Hours
Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am-2:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Plymouth Campus Krovitz Library
36 Cordage Park Circle Suite 232
Plymouth, MA 02360

Contact the Plymouth Librarian:
Elizabeth Do


Book the Plymouth Collaboration Room:
The Quincy College Libraries provides private group study rooms on both campuses for student use. Each room is equipped with group seating, a computer with internet access and a whiteboard. The collaboration rooms are designed for groups of two or more students since group work is discouraged from the rest of the quiet space in the library. Please respect the rules of the library when using the collaboration rooms: no food and no loud discussions. Click here to watch a video tutorial on how to book a room.

Plymouth Room Bookings

Did you know? At the Plymouth Krovitz Library, you can…

  • Get help finding academic articles and books for your research papers.
  • Use a reserve textbook for one of your classes.
  • Get help with APA & MLA citations.
  • Make a research appointment to get help picking a paper topic.
  • Use one of our 14 public computers to search for materials or to write your papers.
  • Print papers and documents.
  • Borrow books, DVDs and other materials from OCLN libraries.
  • Learn how to download Ebooks and Audiobooks to your mobile device.