News & Events

Chautauqua 2018: Seeking Justice

June 19, 2018

History comes alive with Chautauqua! Attend the living history performance by Susan Marie Frontczak as Eleanor Roosevelt. Pre-performance by HCC's Benny Russell.

DATE: Monday, July 9
TIME: 7 - 9 PM
LOCATION: HCC Chesapeake Center

FREE and open to the public! No registration required. See event flyer for details.

Upcoming Changes to Printing

May 25, 2018

Beginning May 29, all registered HCC Credit Students will receive $50 in free printing each academic year. This includes 1000 black and white prints, OR 100 color prints, OR any number in between with both b&w and color prints. Please visit a Library service desk for assistance.

Recognition of Scholarly or Creative Work by HCC Employees

March 28, 2018

Have you published a scholarly or creative work or produced comparable work in the visual or performing arts since May 1, 2017? If so, consider nominating your work for recognition at Convocation. Nominations are due on May 7, 2018. Read the eligibility information to learn which works are eligible. Then, download the nomination form to nominate your work. Questions? Call or email Carol Allen (x2144).

Off-Campus Access to Databases

December 15, 2017

Beginning December 15, to access our databases from off-campus you will need to enter your HCC Username and Password. Your library barcode number will no longer work. If you have questions, please contact the Reference Desk at 443-412-2131.

Harford Cable Network interviews the Director for the Library

November 17, 2017

Director for the Library, Carol Allen, recently appeared on the Harford Cable Network, Kaleidoscope program, to discuss the opening of the Hays-Heighe House exhibit, "The Wider World of Jim McKay: Celebrating His Life and His Work". The discussion with Ms. Allen begins at the 19:17 minute mark. Check it out!

Read the Library's Newsletter!

September 08, 2017

Check out the Library's newsletter online! Read about our 50 year anniversary as a Federal Depository library and other upcoming events .

Check Out Our New Equipment!

September 01, 2017

Girl on tablet in LibraryCurrently enrolled students can now check out graphing calculators and HP laptops for 3 days.  iPads and Macbooks are also available for 4 hours, for Library use only.  For more information and terms of use, visit Equipment for Checkout.

Celebrating 50 Years in the FDLP

August 23, 2017

50th Anniversary as a Federal Depository Library

Help us celebrate our 50th anniversary as a Federal Depository Library! The Honorable Davita Vance-Cooks, Director of the U.S. Government Publishing Office, will present an award.

DATE: Monday, September 18
TIME / LOCATION: 1:45 PM in Library, Room 326
CAKE WILL BE SERVED: 3 PM, Library 2nd Floor

Scientist & Inventor

August 16, 2017

Constitution Day 2017Local historian David Fisher brings the First Public Printer of the United States Benjamin Franklin to life. Learn about Dr. Franklin’s many inventions and his discoveries about electricity and other areas of science.

DATE: Monday, September 18
TIME: 3:30-4:30 PM (FILLED)
LOCATION: Hay-Heighe House
Admission is free, but seats are limited and reservations are required. RSVP by September 11 to No boxed lunch for the second 3:30-4:30 PM program.