Mission Statement

The mission of the Cecil W. Robbins Library of Louisburg College is to support the academic program of the institution. The library exists primarily to serve the students' and faculty's curricular needs for print, non-print, and electronic resources, from both the library collection and the other locations. In addition, it promotes lifelong education by teaching library users research skills through traditional reference service and through course-related library instruction. The library also serves faculty by assisting them in their instructional programs and professional research activities.

The Cecil W. Robbins Library is designed to fully support the College's academic programs for students and faculty. The library maintains a collection of 47,000 volumes and 50 periodical subscriptions.The library's non-print collection, which provides media support for all areas of the College, is housed in the Audiovisual Department.

The library has a staff of two full-time professional librarians, one evening librarian, a library assistant, and an audiovisual manager who are available to assist library users in locating materials and using library resources.

Computer catalogs, NCLive, and Internet access are located in the main floor with additional catalog access on the mezzanine. Interlibrary loan services are also available. A collection of materials about North Carolina and its people is located on the main floor, and a collection of Methodism materials is located on the mezzanine.


Candace Jones, Director of Library Services - M.L.S., East Carolina University

Pat Hinton, Librarian - M.L.S., North Carolina Central University

Robert Strickland, Evening Librarian - M.S.I.S., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Norma White, Library Assistant - B.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Linda Robertson, Audiovisual Assistant