Hours, Collections & Staff
Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ask A Librarian
- The library contains over 40,000 books divided into two main collections:
- Circulating books may be borrowed for a period of two weeks with renewal options.
- Reference books (dictionaries, encyclopedias, directories, etc.) may not leave the library.
- Our holdings are listed in our online catalog.
- No overdue fines are charged for materials returned after their due date. However, failure to return library materials will result in blocking your ability to register for future classes or send your grades to other institutions. You are held responsible for any lost items.
- Instructors sometimes place materials on “Reserve.” These items are kept behind the Circulation Desk and usually are only available for use in the Library.
- Our periodical collection consists of newspapers, magazines, journals, and newsletters.
- You may browse the periodical collection, but the most effective way to find articles on a particular subject is by using NC LIVE.
NC LIVE consists of over 140 databases which provide students with online access to books, articles, career information, health information, statistics, language learning, and much more. Please call us at 336.734.7219 or 336. 734.7415 before attempting to use NC LIVE, or come by in person and talk to a librarian.
Blynn Holocaust Collection
- The Blynn Holocaust Collection is a repository of materials dealing with the 20th century destruction of the European Jews.
- The collection consists of almost 400 resources including books, DVDs, videos and a unique collection of Holocaust testimonies of survivors who have called North Carolina home.
- The collection is housed in the Blynn Holocaust Collection room, established in October 2001, in the Learning Center of Ardmore Hall.
- As a special collection of the Forsyth Tech Library, it is intended to meet the needs of students and others from the community who have an interest in learning more about the Holocaust.
- The collection also serves to facilitate to the greatest extent possible the integration of lessons to be learned from the study of the Holocaust into all academic areas of the college.
- Materials of the Holocaust Collection are in large part made possible through the donations of Mr. Guy M. Blynn and have been selected with the aim of raising awareness of the Holocaust and its consequences.
|Mary Spencer||Evening & Weekend Circulation Assistant||336.734.7219|
|Ted Labosky||Digital Resources and Infrastructure Librarian||336.734.7508|
|Placedia Miller||Director Information Literacy and Digital Citizenship||336.734.7148|
|Shabrina Mcpherson||Library Technician||336-734-7145|
|Chase Hanes||Acquisitions Librarian||336-734-7496|
|Kelsey Nation||Library Technician||336-757-3317|