Our Mission


To render professional services to all patrons, implementing library rules and policies without fear or favor.

Library Hours.

 Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 6:45 p.m. 

Library Email: libraryt@tamcc.edu.gd


The library is closed on weekends and public holidays. However, there are changes during the summer and Christmas holidays. 

Notices are usually posted on the notice boards around the campus when these changes are in effect. In addition, alerts will be posted on the college’s website.

Ms. Gilda Campos


Ms. Glena 
St. John

Assistant Librarian

Ms. Donna Chanderpaul -Singh

Library Supervisor (Evening Shift)

Message from the Librarian

The T.A. Marryshow Community College Library is located within the Resource Centre of the college. It houses more than twelve thousand books classified according to the Dewey Decimal Classification System and a number of other resources. The main library is found on the Tanteen Campus but there are smaller libraries located at Six Roads Campus in Carriacou and at the St. Patrick’s Multi-Purpose Centre respectively. We offer a range of services which we encourage our students to use.

 Come visit us and become familiar with the library and all it has to offer. We are here to help you on your journey to higher education!


Library News!!!

  Open to all full-time and part-time students and staff of the college. 

 A registration card must be completed and returned to the library for processing. 

 Library registration for students is ongoing throughout the academic year. 

 Membership is discontinued when student graduates or when staff terminates work at the college.

 Photocopies - $0.50 per page - $1.00 for any copy larger than the legal size. 

 Computer Prints - $0.50 per black & white print - $1.00 per partly coloured print - $3.00 per fully coloured print.

 Binding services - $7.00

 Textbooks 

 Fiction books 

 Past papers 

 Vertical files - The vertical file contains newspaper clippings, and reprinted materials relating to persons, places, organizations, and topical subjects. 

 Magazines, journals, newspapers, booklets, leaflets 

 CDs & DVDs complementing textbooks 

 Desktops 

 Internet, EBSCO research database


  • Online Resources for the College Community

Open Access Websites


Open Access Journals


Open Access Books




Public Digital Library


Technology, entertainment & design


Social Bookmarking tool


As with all other library transactions, students must present their College ID at the Circulation Desk in order to sign up to use a computer. Each student is allotted a minimum time of one hour. Please note that preference will be given to students who need to do school work. 


 Personal laptops are permitted in the library for the purpose of school work only. Patron will be asked to leave the library if he or she is using the laptop to disrupt the library in any way.

TAMCC library does not accommodate the following: 


 Bags (There is a bag bay opposite the library building) 

 Loud Discussions 

 Use of indecent language 

 Smoking, eating and drinking 

 Talking on cell phones 

 Disrespect to fellow students and staff 

 Willful destruction of library materials 

 Disruptive Noises 

 Hats or any other headgear. Exception is made for religious purpose in which case, staff must be advised. 

 Unauthorized removal of books/materials from the library 

 Rearranging of library furniture 

 Viewing of pornography 

 Games on the computers 

 Weapons of any kind


 The College Library offers a wide range of services such as: 

 Binding services 

 Circulation services 

 Computer prints 

 Photocopying services 

 Overnight loans 

 Wireless internet access

General - yellow sticker  

Reserve - green sticker 

Reference - red sticker 

Grenadian/West Indian - blue sticker 

Periodical - 

NB: The items in the various collections listed above (except for the Periodical) are distinguished by a coloured sticker on the Spine.

  For all loan transactions, the patron’s college ID must be presented. 

 Patron must be a member of the library to check out books. 

 The patron is responsible for all books checked out under his or her name. 

 If a book is lost the patron will be asked to replace it with a similar book , buy a new one or pay for the book. 

 Under special circumstances, the librarian may recall a book before its due date. 

 Loans are closed to all users of the library one week before the summer break.

 When borrowing books from this collection the following should be noted:  Patrons must be a member of the library 

 Patrons must present ID 

 Books should be used upstairs the library 

 Books should be returned to the Issue Desk after use 

 If book is not returned, a fine of $5.00 per day will be charged.

 Overnight loans are transacted at the Reserve Desk upstairs 

 Overnight loans are only granted if there is more than one copy of the book requested. 

 This loan is transacted between the hours of 5:00- 6:30 p.m. 

 These books must be returned to the Reserve Desk by the next school day at 8:30 am. 

 Charge for late return of Reserve book is $5.00 per day.

 One week loans (7 days) apply to the books in the General Collection. Student may borrow two books at a time. 

 This type of loan is transacted at the Circulation Desk on the ground floor. Books from the General Collection are also checked in or returned to the Circulation Desk. 

 Books may be renewed once if there are no reservations on them. 

 Renewals may be done over the telephone. To do this procedure, please give your full name, your barcode number (at the back of your TAMCC ID) and barcode number of the book (found on the lower inside or the lower outside of the back cover). 

 Books must be returned on or before the due date stamped on book slip. Charge for overdue book from General Collection is $1.00 per day, including weekends.

 Patrons of SCE who are doing short term courses and CXC subjects, are free to use the library and its resources but are not allowed to check out books. However, if there is a dire need, patrons may consult the librarian.


- Booklets, newspapers, magazines and other periodicals are regarded as reference materials. They are to be used in the library only. 

- To be able to log onto library computers, patron must obtain username and password from the IT department.

 - The bell sounds half an hour before closure of the library and again fifteen minutes later. All transactions should be done before the final bell. Library patrons are expected to leave the building when the last bell sounds. 

- Non-collegiate persons must seek permission from the librarian in order to use the library.