One of the most frequent questions HCCC students, faculty, and staff ask is “does the Library offer fax services?” Unfortunately, there is no fax machine available for patron use, but that doesn’t mean you can’t send a fax.
There is no fax machine available, but you can still send a fax with services like FaxZero or MyFax instead.
Instead, you can use the scanner available at either the Main Library or the North Hudson Center to scan your document, then send it online through a service like FaxZero or MyFax, which sends the fax on your behalf.
Services such as FaxZero limit the number of faxes and total pages you can send each day, and include an advertisement with each fax, though they also offer low cost services as well. A list of other services to send free faxes can be found here.
Please note that both HCCC Libraries will be closed Thursday November 28th through Sunday December 1st for the Thanksgiving holiday. Regular hours resume Monday December 2nd. Have a wonderful holiday!
President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. The Library has books about his presidency displayed on the first floor. Please stop by to learn more about this moment in history.
Think you have a novel in you? 50,000 words in 30 days is the challenge set by the National Novel Writing Month organization… Visit http://nanowrimo.org/ to register, connect with other writers, and track your progress. Let’s get writing!
This video will show you how to use the Library’s “Search Everything” feature, our new tool for finding results amongst our databases, catalog, and more with just a single search.