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Library

We're here for you. Sure, students are the primary users of the Delta College library, but we're also a public library, here for you.

Want to borrow a book? Research something using our collection of databases? Find a government document? Ask us. We love helping people find what they're looking for.

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Services available through your Delta College library
  • Over 60,000 books and ebooks
  • Magazines and journals – both print and online
  • Textbooks, anatomical models and calculators on reserve
  • Ability to call, text, chat or visit in person with reference librarians
  • A copier and two scanners
  • Approximately 125 computers with college software in the open computer lab area


Library Research Resources

Book Collection

Our book and e-book collection complement each other, and consist of titles that support research.

Access other library catalogs

  • ValCat is an online catalog for Tri-County libraries, including Delta College, Northwood College, Bay County Libraries, Midland's Grace A. Dow Library and the Public Libraries of Saginaw.
  • MeLCat is an online catalog of participating Michigan libraries that also permits direct requesting of resources.
  • Use WorldCat to access collections from libraries around the world at once.
  • Books and articles from libraries other than Delta can be borrowed using an
    Interlibrary Loan form.

Articles & Databases

Over a million full-text articles are available in our online databases. The library also subscribes to over 200 print magazines and journals.

Federal Depository logoGovernment Documents

As a Federal Depository, our Government Documents collection disseminates information produced by all three branches of government.

Archives

The Delta College Archive contains college documents from the formation of the college until recent times. 


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The Library holds around 60,000 print books and 50,000 ebooks at any given time.

Questions

Over 3,500 questions are asked at the reference desk each year.

Articles

Millions (and millions) of articles are available through the Library's databases.