The Corette Library is a Federal Depository Library and a Partial Depository Library for Montana. The library has stewardship over a limited collection of current and historical publications produced by the federal government, and the library offers reference and research services to help people find, access, and use government information. This collection and these services are available to the Carroll College community and to the general public.
As a depository library, we are committed to equity of access and dedicated to the free and unrestricted public use of government information. The library is open to the public. Carroll College affiliates and Montana residents may check out most government publications. The library offers mediated internet access for members of the public to access federal government websites. All library users, including users of depository information, must abide by the library policy for conduct and library guest use policy.
The Corette Library became a federal depository library in 1974. The library has acquired and maintains documents produced by the government. The library also incorporates links to newer, digital government reports into the library catalog.
These publications cover a broad array of subjects and serve many purposes. Here are some examples:
For the Carroll community:
For the general public:
For additional information, see the Subject Guide to Government Documents.
The Library's hours of operation, including hours for the general public and holiday and other special hours, may be accessed from our website. Access to the government documents collection outside of our public hours may be arranged by contacting the Library.
The Government Information Library Guide provides information about the collection and links to key government sites for research.