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Manchester Campus Library

Raymond F. Damato Library, Manchester (CT) Campus

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Borrow a Laptop/Equipment

Borrow laptops, WiFi hotspots, graphing calculators and more for the entire semester.

Reserve a Study Room

Reserve one of the library's six study/collaboration rooms up to two weeks in advance. They can be reserved for up to two hours per day.

Borrow a Textbook

We have textbooks for many courses that can be borrowed on a short-term basis. Check to see if yours is available.

Meet with a Librarian

Librarians can help you develop a search strategy and identify relevant research databases or websites for your topic-- in the Library, by chat/text or appointment.

News & Events

Juneteenth is 6/19

Selection of book covers pertaining to African American history and culture

Join the Raymond F. Damato Library in celebrating Juneteenth, also known as Jubilee Day, by exploring this mini collection of books, audiobooks, films, music, and state-wide events commemorating Black freedom from enslavement. The guide is curated by Yoli Bergstrom-Lynch and includes books you can borrow from the Damato Library and other CSCU campus libraries.

MCC Foundation Scholarships 

Young man studying at a table in a library.Students registered for credit classes at the Manchester campus are eligible to apply for a tuition assistance scholarship from now through September 4, 2024! Visit the MCC Foundation scholarship page for application and eligibility requirements.

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Great Path, Manchester CT 06040

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Damato Library Spotlight

Celebrate Pride Month

The Pride Month collection includes books, audiobooks, films, and podcasts that center the lives, histories, diversity, impact, and resilience of LGBTQ+ communities.

New Guide: Understanding Gaza

This guide was created by Prof. Gina Ocasion and Debbie Herman to empower students, faculty and staff to learn and research the historical, political, and cultural context of recent events in Gaza and Israel. In addition to suggested readings and films, it includes a section for educators as well as links to campus supports.

Wall Street Journal

Get free access to the Wall Street Journal by registering with your campus email address. The WSJ membership includes unlimited digital access to and the WSJ apps. 

Manchester Total Solar Eclipse 2024

Curious about the eclipse? Visit our guide to learn more about the science and tips for safe viewing. Unfortunately, we're unable to provide eclipse glasses.

New Books in the Library