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Welcome! This guide will highlight some of the library's resources that might be useful to you as you work on your assignment. Click on the tabs above to access more resources. If you need additional help, please do not hesitate to ask one of our librarians. We are here to help you!
Visit a librarian at the Reference Desk at any of the Campus Libraries.
What are some reasons to contact a librarian?
If a librarian is not available, you may also seek assistance from other library staff during library hours.
Lancaster Campus: (717) 358-2986
Lebanon Campus: (717) 270-6328
Harrisburg Campus: (717) 780-2460
York Campus: (717) 801-3220
Just click on this Ask-a-Librarian link.
Ask-Here-PA provides HACC students, faculty and staff with FREE research assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Chat on-line with a librarian (from HACC or another academic institution) at any time about your research project, paper topic, or information requests.
Schedule a personal Reference Appointment with a librarian if you need help with your research. Research by Appointment.
Subject Librarians provide library instruction, order requested books and other materials, and provide all levels of research assistance for faculty, staff, and students in all departments and colleges.
|Librarian Liaison||Liaison Area|
|Joseph McIlhenney||Degree Completer Program, Learning Center, Textbooks|
|J.L. Garner||Anthropology, Business: MGMT, ACCT, FIN, MKTG, CIS/CNT, ELEC, Computer Science, Economics, Graphic Novels|
|Danielle Menon||AAllied Health (CVT; PBT; RADI; RADT), Nursing, Biology & Environmental (BIOL; BTC; ENVS), Physical Sciences (ASTR; CHEM; METR; PHYS/ PHSC)|
Art, Communications, Foreign Language, Humanities, Performing Arts, Music, Foundational Studies, Graphic Novels
English, Human Services, Philosophy& Religion, Math, PE; Exercise Science, Health; Nutrition, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, ESL
|Paralegal, Education, United States History, World History, European History, Geography, Government and Politics, College in the High School, Children's Literature|