Introduction to the NWTC Marinette Library

Contact the Library Staff

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Phone icon  Call Us:
715-732-3647 or 1-800-422-NWTC ext. 5493

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920-288-2ASK  (920-288-2275)

Accessing Specific Databases

Renewing Material

Need more time with your books, videos, or magazines?

If no one else is waiting for them, many materials will auto-renew up to two times.  You will receive a new due date via email.

If your materials do not auto-renew, you can request a renewal from the librarians:

  • In person at any of the NWTC Libraries,
  • By calling the Library at 1-800-422-NWTC ext. 5493
  • Or online by viewing your Library account. Login (with your first or last name and ID number) and choose to renew some items or all items.  NOTE: You will not be able to renew items online if there is a block on your record or if you have renewed too many times.

Checking out Materials

NWTC Students (and anyone who lives in our district) can check out materials from the Library.

  • Students just need to know their ID number or present their Student ID card.
  • Community members need to present identification showing that they live in our District.

Items can be checked out by the librarian, with the self-check machine, or by filling out the self-check out forms available in the Library. 

Placing Requests

Waiting Lists Does someone have a resource you need?

Search for it and view the Location information.Then click Request It and sign in to get on the waiting list.

 Intercampus Loans Need an item from another NWTC library? 

Search for it and view the Location information. Then click Request It and sign in to ask for the item to be sent to your NWTC location.

Interlibrary Loans What if NWTC does not have the item you need?

Find it in WISCAT or WorldCat and request it (or email us at We'll contact you when it arrives (usually within a week). If you live away from campus, just ask your public library to submit requests and pick up the NWTC items from there.