The Learning Resource Center of CCM has been a Congressionally designated depository for Government Documents since 1975, providing free access to Government publications. Librarians are available to assist in research and use of the government documents.
FEDERAL DEPOSITORY PROGRAM
The Federal Depository Library Program was established by Congress in keeping with its responsibility to provide the public with information about government policies and programs.¬† CCM is one of¬†two depositories in the Morris County area, along with Drew University.
Librarians are on duty every hour that the library is open. They assist patrons in finding materials, researching topics, and navigating databases. If a specific document is not found, librarians make every effort to locate the item with the help of the regional librarian in Newark or from other depository librarians. All patrons can use the email and chat services for assistance¬†through Ask A Librarian¬†at CCM.
ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS IN THE LIBRARY
Government Documents are available electronically to all users and can be searched using the library catalog. Materials can be downloaded from any of the computers. Printing is available in black and white for 10 cents per page and in color for 25 cents per page. No sign-on is required, and the computers are available on a first come, first serve basis.