770 N. Main St. L'Anse MI, 49946
KBOCC Campus Health and Safety Level: Current Level Two


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Wabanung Campus, Rm 206N
Phone: (906) 524-8206


Monday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: Closed

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Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission

The Ojibwe People’s Dictionary


Library of Congress – Chronicling America:  The L’Anse Sentinel

Gale: Indigenous Peoples Database
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Gale: Career Prep
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New rights for Michigan voters

Voting is a special right for all Americans.  Yet, the prospect of registering to vote may seem like a daunting process to some.  With this slideshow, you will learn of the many quick and easy ways to register to vote in Michigan.  Whether you want to vote in local, State or Federal elections, you will find this information very useful. Click the link below for more information.

Searching the KBOCC library catalog

Long gone are the days of the quaint card catalog.  KBOCC’s library catalog is easy to search. With any device and in any location, you can find thousands of books.  Through the electronic catalog, your KBOCC library is open 24/7/365.  Click the link to check out the tutorial to see how easy it is to find what you need.

Searching JSTOR

Information is power.  And the KBOCC library has a powerful database for you. JSTOR (journal storage) is a colossal collection of academic sources.  It is easily searchable and free to KBOCC students.  JSTOR makes research easy and may hold just what you need to make a good paper into an excellent paper. A multitude of scholarly works are at your fingertips.  Click the link to check out the tutorial to see how easy it is to find what you need.

Career Readiness Center

Do you need a job?  Are you interested in researching new directions in your work life?  Do you want to know where to start in crafting a resume and cover letter?  KBOCC’s Career Readiness Center is an awesome free service for all KBOCC students. Located in the library, we have everything you will need to get started.  We even offer practice job interviews.  New to the Career Readiness Center is Peterson’s Career Prep, an electronic one-stop place for your career search needs.  Peterson’s is available at any time on the KBOCC portal on the library page.  Click on this link to see the many wonderful benefits of using the Career Readiness Center.