FAQ About the NECC Libraries
Bring your NECC ID to the circulation desk at either library. The librarian will issue you a library barcode (14 digits beginning with 20385) and a password which will allow you to check out items, request items from other libraries, manage your holds and renew your items, and access the library’s electronic resources from off-campus.
Yes. NECC students can request a library barcode number and password by using this form. The barcode number will allow students off-campus access to our electronic resources. To receive a physical library card and password, students must come in person to the Haverhill or Lawrence library.
NECC books may be checked out for three weeks, and books may be renewed twice for a total of nine weeks, unless another patron has placed a hold on the book. DVDs may be checked out for one week, with no renewals, and only three DVDs may be checked out at a time.
Books, DVDs and items loaned from other NOBLE libraries may have different checkout periods.
Yes. As a NECC student, your NECC library card is valid at any Massachusetts public college and at all NOBLE academic libraries. You may also borrow at NOBLE public libraries by showing your NECC library card; these public libraries will issue you a separate card. NOBLE libraries are listed at http://www.noblenet.org/libraries/
Please see our Library Services for Online Learning page.
Yes. Copies cost .10 cents a page. Scans are free but must be saved to an external USB drive, so be sure to bring one with you.
Yes. Microsoft Word is available on all public computers. Printing costs .10 cents per page (.25 cents a page for color) and may be picked up at the circulation desk.
Ask at the circulation desk. You will need to know the course number (for instance, Psych 101) and/or your professor’s name. You may also see all items on reserve on the Course Reserves page. Items on reserve are usually in-library use only for 2 hours, but some items may have longer checkout periods.
Yes. Your library barcode number and your password allow you to request books and other items online. You can choose either the Haverhill or Lawrence library as your pickup location.
Books requested from either NECC campus to be delivered to the other (i.e. Haverhill to Lawrence or vice versa) should arrive the next business day. Items requested from other NOBLE libraries usually arrive in 3-5 business days, but it can take longer.
When you search a database from either the Articles tab on the homepage, or directly access one from the databases list, you will be prompted to enter your library barcode and password.
Your library barcode is a 14-digit number beginning with 20385, and the default password is usually set to your 8-digit NECC Student ID number.
Please refer to the Help for Accessing Our Resources page.
If you cannot find the answer you need here, you can call the library at 978-556-3400 (Haverhill), 978-738-7400 (Lawrence) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. In order to provide an environment that is conducive to study and research, we discourage cell phone use in the NECC Libraries. Please silence your cell phone ring tone or set your phone to vibrate. All calls should be taken outside the library.
Contact us anytime!
Phone: 978-556-3400 or 978-738-7400
Text Us: 978-709-1955