The most architecturally striking building of the campus is the Lewis Library, the heart of the College in many ways.
The building was named in October 2005 after Henrietta G. Lewis, founder of the Grigg-Lewis Foundation. The Foundation made a $1 million contribution to the NCCC Foundation Inc.
The Henrietta G. Lewis Library’s four floors house the College’s collection of books, periodicals, media and audio visual equipment.
Number of volumes: 97,026
Current subscriptions: 532
Microform titles: 59
Archives: 322.67 linear feet
Multi-media collection: 19,582 titles
Special Collections: 71.59 linear feet
Electronic databases: 32
Yearly attendance: 200,493
The LLC has an online catalog (ALEPH) and web-based reference sources. The LLC is open 60 hours per week including Saturdays.
The V. James Renda Faculty Resource Center for Academic Excellence provides innovative services to assist NCCC faculty members in their teaching.
Located in D Building are Academic Computing, Administrative Computing and Technical Support Services. The College’s Digital Media Labs are also in this building.
The television studio is used for production of videos, as a lab for students in TV courses and as the control for the campus-wide TV network. Niagara County Community College is a member of the SUNYSAT system and has an earth station downlink to receive satellite transmissions.
The licensed and accredited day care center, an exhibition art gallery and the Distinguished Alumni Gallery are also in this building.
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