The Carolyn Boatman Brooks Memorial Library is housed in the Correll Building on the campus of Clear Creek Baptist Bible College and is comprised of a variety of materials, primarily to meet the needs of its faculty, on campus and online students and their families, but also welcoming the surrounding community. The collection has been expanded over the years by annual purchases of new materials as well as donations from former students, retired pastors and friends of the library. It is our desire to assist you as a library user and help you develop reference skills. We believe that information must be available to the student, and the community, in order to effectively equip the body of Christ to fulfill the Great Commission and are happy to assist you in any way possible.
All students and their families are granted access to the library resources. Community patrons are asked to pay a small fee for a library card. The library is equipped with a wireless network and is fully computerized. The facility also includes: a computer lab; LifeWay Curriculum Lab; a lending lab for the county’s child development centers, complete with a large laminator and two Ellison dye cutting machines; a coffee lounge; an audio/visual area for playing DVDs or listening to sound recordings; a quiet study area; a children’s room with TV/DVD player; an archive room and a faculty lounge.
We have over 46,000 volumes in print available for check-out. In addition to these print volumes, we also provide access to:
- Over 10,000 electronic books
- Approximately 160 print periodicals
- Over 17,000 full-text periodicals
- 430 DVD’s
- 444 CD’s
- 1,500 titles of video cassettes
- 2,000 audio cassette tapes
- Curriculum lab
- Computer lab
- Archive room
- Conference/recording room
- Children’s reading and book room
During the semester we are open:
Between semesters we are open:
|Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
||7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m
|Wednesday & Friday
||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
||10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
||8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Our library catalog is available online. Searching can be done by title, author, subject, or key word. New records are added almost daily. The library will also provide URLs, IDs, and passwords along with instructions for accessing available databases from off-campus computers with Internet access to all students.