About Us

With a physical collection of almost 60,000 items and electronic subscriptions to more than 100 research databases, the library strives to meet the research needs of LCCC students. Students are encouraged to contact the library with any questions regarding how to access materials remotely, how to find quality information resources, and how to correctly cite and use those resources in their assignments.
Books and eBooks
The Ludden Library houses more than 50,000 books and many more electronic or "eBooks." Use the search box on the library homepage to search the Ludden Library catalog. Once you have a library card, through the WYLDCAT system you can renew books online, search for materials available at other Wyoming libraries and can request items through interlibrary loan. If you need a library card or need help accessing your account online, please contact the Circulation Desk.
Audiovisual Materials
The library has more than 30,000 audiovisual titles available in a variety of formats, including DVDs, CDs and streaming online media.
Online Research Databases
The library provides online access to more than 100 research databases. The majority of these subscription resources are journal and magazine collections; however, other databases contain reference books, art images, classical music, and educational videos. For off-campus login and any other questions about the databases, please contact the Information Desk.

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement - 2015

To empower students, employees and the local community to utilize information resources and expertise to achieve their educational and lifelong learning goals.

Vision Statement - 2015

The library integrates resources, technology and knowledgeable staff with the highest quality of customer service to continuously improve the college’s and community’s information access and use. We constantly innovate and enhance our services to be accessible, meaningful, and intuitive for all patrons in all locations. The library is a vibrant, inviting gathering place that encourages active teaching and learning, personal inquiry, collaboration, information literacy and lifelong learning.