Welcome to the Wallace Community College Learning Resources Centers
The Phillip J. Hamm Library at Wallace Community College was established concurrently with the junior college in 1965. In 1969 the technical school and the junior college were merged to form the first South Alabama community college. In 2000 the library was expanded to the Learning Resources Center (LRC) System with locations in Dothan and Eufaula.
The Learning Resources Center System provides a current collection of resources and services to faculty, staff, and students to support college and lifelong learning. The LRC collection includes approximately 40,000 bound volumes, 170 periodical titles, 3,000 media software items, and various electronic bibliographic databases including the Alabama Virtual Library. These resources and services are provided at the Dothan and Eufaula locations. Access to resources is also provided at the Easterling Correctional Facility, and Ventress Correctional Facility. All students are encouraged to use the LRC resources and services to enhance their learning and research opportunities. They are also encouraged to use the computers, photocopiers, and other technologies which are available. If assistance is needed, please do not hesitate to ask.
We hope that you will find all of the resources that you need on our web site, or at one of our two library locations: