All SCCLD locations will be CLOSED for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 26 & Friday, November 27, 2020.  All services we will be unavailable.

Lobby and curbside holds pickup services are available (see your library's schedule).  Allow 10 days for returned items to be removed from account. No late fines. (Read More)

Limited services are available, including lobby and curbside services.  Virtual programs and library support (Ask Us) are available Mon-Sat (excluding holidays). Some services listed in our website are currently unavailable.  View our list of currently available services

Citizenship Resources

Prepare for U.S. citizenship with these helpful online resources! In this resource guide you will find online citizenship test prep and reference resources from the library, as well as local, state, and national online resources, including a guide to naturalization, detailed practice materials for the citizenship exam, and a list of web resources from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services that can help you with the naturalization process.

Library Resources

Citizenship Test Prep

Brainfuse Adult Learning Center

Live tutoring & skill building: Get one-on-one help with reading and writing, ESL, citizenship test, resume writing, and more.

Adult Core Skills by LearningExpress

Access this resource to improve your skills in reading, writing, and math, and prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam.

Universal Class: 500+ Courses

Take online courses from home. Select from over 500 online courses, including English grammar, speaking and writing.

Learn About the U.S. Government

CQ Press Library: Congress Collection

Research current information on members of Congress and their voting history, interest groups, public policy decisions, and more.

The US Constitution A-Z: An Always Available Reference eBook

Every key aspect of the US Constitution. New entries cover events of recent years, including court cases that impact Constitutional rights.

Local, State, and National Online Resources

Resources from the USCIS
(U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services)

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