Library, Tutoring and Academic Support Services

There are three libraries at Atlantic Cape Community College, one on each campus. The Mays Landing campus is the location of the main library, William Spangler Library, which is in D Building. The Atlantic City campus is the home of the Worthington Information Commons, and on the second floor of the Cape May campus is the Mullock Family Library.

The libraries provide students with access to resources that support research and learning at the undergraduate level. The libraries are also the location for in-person tutoring, which is free to all students. (See Tutoring Services section for more information.) The libraries provide a wide range of academic support for students and faculty. Books, articles, and other information resources are available in print and digital formats. Reference librarians provide assistance in identifying the best resources for any research project.

Mays Landing Campus

William J. Spangler Library
Daniel Leeds Hall (D1)
Circulation: (609) 343-4951
Reference: (609) 343-5665

Worthington Atlantic City Campus

Worthington Center Library
Circulation: (609) 343-4800 x4726

Cape May County Campus

Mullock Family Library
Second Floor
(609) 463-3713

All campuses:

Library email:
Tutoring email: 
Library web page:
On Instagram @AtlanticCapeLibraries


Library resources are available to the college community and also to residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties. The book collection includes more than 70,000 books and 250,000 digital books. The library subscribes to magazines in areas of general interest and areas of study. 

Students, faculty and staff can check out and return materials, including those from the Atlantic County Library System, the public library, at any of the campus libraries. The Atlantic Cape library card is integrated with the ID card. Stop by any of the circulation desks with your college ID to activate your library card. 

Books, articles and other materials not owned by the college library can be obtained for students, staff and faculty, free of charge, from libraries throughout the United States, using the library’s interlibrary loan service. Ask about this service at the reference desk or email

Thousands of full text newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals are available through our online databases. In addition, we have digital subscriptions to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Print copies The Press of Atlantic City, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and many other titles are available in each of the libraries. The Chronicle of Philanthropy is kept at the Mullock Family Library.

We deliver! Simply email with the titles you want, and we will deliver the items anywhere on campus. When finished with the item, email us and we will come to your campus location to pick-up the items.

Students can borrow library books from the libraries and return them by the due date or request an extension. If items are not returned, a Hold will be placed on the student’s college account.

Off-Campus Database Access

Off-campus access to the library databases is password protected. Contact the library in person, by phoning, or by emailing Students can also find login information in Blackboard.

Reserve Collection

Each of the campus libraries maintains a reserve collection to support the classes that are taught on that campus.  Textbooks are made available to students for in-library use. Instructors may also place supplemental material in the reserve collection.  Instructors are encouraged to make requests about adding or removing reserve materials.


Students have access to computer workstations, laptops for in-library use, scanners, printers and photocopiers. Students can print, scan and copy free of charge in the libraries. Each library has a charging station. Assistive technology software is available on all computers. Various assistive technology devices are available.

Nonprofit Resource Center

The Nonprofit Resource Centers offer free access to the Funding Information Network (FIN), at two campus locations:  the Mullock Family Library on the Cape May campus, and at the Worthington Information Commons/Library on the Atlantic City campus. The FIN is a suite of online databases from Candid (previously known as the Foundation Center). The FIN offers the most up-to-date information on available grant opportunities and funding history for 140,000+ U.S. and international foundations, corporations, and federal agencies.  Email for more information. 

Study in the Library

The library strives to create a comfortable and inclusive environment where students can work productively. Study rooms are available on a first come basis at the Spangler and Mullock libraries.

Students are asked to help us to keep the libraries clean, comfortable, and inviting. Covered beverage containers are allowed in designated areas, but should be kept away from library computers and books. Food is limited to small snacks. There are snack and beverage machines in the Spangler Library on the Mays Landing campus.


Tutoring is available to all current Atlantic Cape students, free of charge.  Atlantic Cape offers a variety of tutoring services including Atlantic Cape employed tutors and a 24/7 outside service.  Nearly all subject areas are covered; hours and availability vary.  On-campus tutoring is offered in the libraries.  Online, remote tutoring is available live by chat, interactive whiteboards and live meetings, and asynchronously.  Students can submit papers for review by our tutors by emailing

Some courses are assigned a designated tutor, accessible only to students enrolled in that course, through Blackboard.

Options for the different formats of tutoring services vary depending on a student’s individual needs and circumstances.  Students should email for more information or to make a request tutoring assistance.