South Plains College Library

South Plains College is a fully accredited public community college with a main campus in Levelland, Texas, two campuses in Lubbock County, an extension center in Plainview, Texas, and outreach programs and services across its 15-county service area in West Texas. The College provides academic-transfer courses, technical training, continuing education, workforce development and community service programs to a diverse student population and community constituency. With its open admissions policy, the purpose and philosophy of the institution are captured in its vision statement: “South Plains College improves each student’s life.”

The South Plains College Library opened its doors when the college opened in 1957. It originally was part of a library/classroom building that is now part of the Student Center. In 1967 the main library opened in a new building, where it still stands today. The primary mission of the libraries of South Plains College is to support the academic, vocational-technical, continuing education, and community service programs of the college by providing students, faculty, staff, and the community with the information resources and services they need to achieve their educational objectives. A secondary mission of the libraries is to provide students and faculty with an assortment of recreational and general interest materials for their reading, listening, and viewing enjoyment.


Reference Desk

(806) 716-2330


1401 College Ave
Levelland, TX 79336


At a Glance

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South Plains College Library, partner contributing to The Portal to Texas History. University of North Texas Libraries. accessed October 1, 2023.

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