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at Northwest Florida State College



Constitution Day!

September 17, Constitution Day is a national day of recognition for the United States Constitution.

According to the Library of Congress Public Affairs Office “Established by Congress in 2004, Constitution Day is an American federal holiday that recognizes the ratification of the United States Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787, at the Constitutional Convention…the legislation expands the Sept. 17 celebration of Citizenship Day, which President Harry Truman established in 1952 to recognize everyone who had become a U.S. citizen during the previous year. In combining the observances, the act mandates that all publicly funded educational institutions provide programming on the history of the American Constitution on that day.”

You can learn more about and honor the Constitution today by: • seeing the display in the LRC on the Constitution

• getting a copy of “The U.S. Constitution and Fascinating Facts About It” booklet that is available in the LRC and Student Life on Constitution Day (while supplies last)

• taking a Constitution Quiz and finding out your Constitution I.Q.

• learning more about the United States Constitution and Constitution Day online Three sites worth visiting linked here, are available from the LRC home page (lrc.nwfsc.edu) and are the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the National Constitution Center

The freedom that we often take for granted is protected in a document that is 227 years old today. This is a good day to look not just at what is going on now or what is in the future for the United States, but to look at where we have been.


Scary books in October!

October 10, 2014 @ 11:00 AM - Our book discussion theme for October is scary books!

What is your favorite scary thriller, suspense, or horror read? We will be glad to recommend one!


Log-in Information

To access LRC databases (online journal articles, eBooks, etc.) use your student ID number to log-in and PIN.

Faculty and Staff: The Borrower ID is your college assigned Person ID number.

If you are unable to logon to the LRC databases, please contact the Circulation Desk at 729-5318.


Get Charged!

The LRC has a SGA Charging Station! Charge your cell phone while you study in the LRC. It is located on the first floor near the leisure reading section (where the soft, comfy chairs are located.