The LeDoux Library serves as the primary information source for students, the faculty and staff of the college, as well as the regional community of end users and supporters. The cadre of professional librarians and information providers are continuously updating and upgrading services available so that the diverse community of learners, researchers and even for pleasure readers are coupled with resources you will need and provided when you need it.
The library and collections are designed to be as accessible as possible, incorporating the latest technology for immediate access to print and electronic materials, study areas, as well as computer labs and media equipment services. Well trained staffers are available to assist you; whether you are searching for in-depth information or simply browsing for a book on tape to enjoy, the staff is here to help you locate this material. Also noteworthy, the LeDoux Library serves as a repository for government documents and related materials. The collection incorporates many genres of materials directly related to the current college curriculum, as well as traditional subjects and most popular interests. Furthermore, the library is prepared and willing to assist researchers with needs beyond institutional collections via interlibrary loan and borrowing agreements with other institutions and repositories. From rare early Louisiana monographs capturing the rich color and detail of our unique culture and history to the very latest in full-text electronic information resources on a plethora of subjects, the LeDoux Library is strategically positioned to meet the information challenges of the college environment as well as the greater Acadiana community we all call home. All you need to do is ask a staff member, and they will gladly assist in not only exposing you to the evolving world of information resources but will implore you to become a routine participant in all library services and programs.
Gerald F. Patout