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Welcome to the first-time NWACC student library guide! This fall will look a little different at the library due to social distancing guidelines. This guide is reflective of our current services and is subject to change. Currently, the main library will be closed and the Information Commons will be open by appointment only.
For more information about library services during COVID-19, please visit this link which will be updated with everything you need to know about library spaces this semester.
You will need to know your NWACC student ID number to access library services.
The Student Ambassador and Government Association (SAGA) is a student-organized voice that shares NWACC experiences with prospective students, families and community members. The association partners with the college and its students to advocate for a learning environment that is equally supportive of all students’ goals.
Students of any major may join the Eagle View staff to cover topics of current and lasting interest in various academic fields and in areas of personal interest. Those who volunteer to become staff members often see NWACC in new ways and develop a unique sense of belonging. In fact, the newsroom often becomes staff members’ home away from home.
First-Year Student Survival Guide created by NWACC Academic Advisors