Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College Library

We have relocated! Now located in the Student Resource Center (just west of the former location in the East Building)
2258 Enterprise Drive
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
989-775-4123 x240  

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College is a public community college that provides educational opportunities reflecting Anishinaabe values. The SCTC library provides a variety of services and resources to students, faculty, administration, tutors, and the Tribal College community. The library provides tangible and electronic resources including curricular support materials, Ojibwe culture and language materials, Native American focused resources, professional materials, databases, ebooks, and popular materials. The SCTC library provides access for patrons to check out resources, utilize library space, access online databases and resources, access materials via local partner libraries and statewide interlibrary loan services, and make use of the Tribal Education Librarian’s expertise and assistance. The Tribal Libraries website and online catalog are accessible 24/7 wherever internet access is available.

The SCTC library collection primarily serves the students and faculty at the College. Items in the library's collection are available via hold request to SCIT library cardholders, Chippewa River District Library cardholders, and CRDL partner library cardholders. Tribal College items may also be requested via MeLCat.

Tribal College Library staff
Anne Heidemann, Tribal Education Librarian
Librarian hours: Mondays 2-4pm, Wednesdays 9-11am, and by request
self-check-out and returns are available anytime

How to use the self-check system:

 

 

Research Resources for Tribal College Students

Research Guide: detailed information about how to do research using Tribal Libraries resources

EBSCO Academic Search Complete
Research scholarly articles and magazine articles
Username: sctcebsco
Password: sctc2015

SCTC Student Resources

Academic OneFile
Research scholarly articles

CultureGrams
Learn about cultures, countries, and states

Demographics Now
Find a business or census data

ERIC (free version)
Research education literature

Expanded Academic ASAP
Research magazine, newspaper, and journal articles

Gale Virtual Reference Library
Research encyclopedias and reference sources

General Reference Center Gold
Research magazine and newspaper articles

Indigenous Law Portal
from the Library of Congress

Job and Career Accelerator
Find career and job information

LearningExpress Library
Practice for standardized tests

Ojibwe People's Dictionary
A searchable, talking Ojibwe-English dictionary that features the voices of Ojibwe speakers

Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Research pro and con arguments for hot topics

Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education

WorldCat (free version)
Search libraries all over the world