The Jackson State Library is the first destination point where students, faculty and staff come to find resources and seek assistance for their academic, personal and career information needs.
The Jackson State Library operates as an integral part of the overall college environment. It is dedicated to providing information resources to students for classwork activities, cultural pursuits and personal development; to faculty for their teaching and research needs, and to all college constituencies for various information requests. Additionally, in keeping with the community college philosophy, the JSCC Library is committed to serving members of the local community and service area in meeting their various information needs.
1-800-355-5722, ext. 52609
2046 North Parkway
Jackson, TN 38301
Library Tour, Photos, and Map
Want to see the Library Displays and Photos of the Library? View the JSCC Library Photo Gallery.
The Library Map: Library Map (PDF)
Brief History of the Library
The Jackson State Community College Library was originally built in 1967 and a two-story addition was completed in 1972. Ms. Henrietta Henderson served as Library Director beginning in 1967 until Mr. Van Veatch assumed the role of Director in 1968. He retired in 1991 and Scott Cohen became the third Library Director at that time.