Woodroffe Campus Library
The Library at the Woodroffe Campus (Room A158) is the largest of the three campus libraries at Algonquin. It maintains a broad collection, supporting courses in the Applied Arts, Business, Trades & Technology and Health Sciences. In addition, the Woodroffe Campus Library carries a limited Government Document collection and a small Law collection. Partner services of the Library at Woodroffe Campus include, the Student Learning Centre (C210) and Peer Tutoring (A148). The SLC provides coaches, offering extra help in English, mathematics and computers. Peer Tutoring is a for fee service in which students support each other one on one.
The Kathleen and F. Allan Huckabone Library (Room 145) serves Students, Faculty/Staff and community members at Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley. There are designated study areas, with the option of booking a study room. The Library maintains a collection of reserves (including select textbooks, laptops, periodicals, audio-visual resources, and books). The Library is the circulation hub for the textbooks required by the Academic Upgrading program . As well, the Library facilitates priority use of the AT Meeting Room in collaboration with the Centre for Students with Disabilities. Finally, the Library is home to the Student Support Lab. An Academic Coach is available by appointment to help students who would like extra help with English, research skills, mathematics, science and computers.
Perth Campus Library
The Library at the Perth Campus is home to a robust collection of material related to the curriculum of programs on campus.
A very special aspect of the Perth Campus Library is a collection pertaining to the history and people of Lanark County, used widely by students, staff, and researchers from near and far. Study rooms are available within the Library, as well as access to, and loan of, computer equipment, audio-visual equipment, and various materials specific to campus programs. Stop by and visit… we’re open to the community too!