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HOSP: Hospitality Management: Print Books

This research guide is intended for students in the Hospitality Management program, or anyone performing research on the hotel, restaurant, event planning, or gaming industries.

Where in the Library are Hospitality books located?

To browse the print book collection, start by looking for Hospitality titles in the section with call numbers beginning with the letter "T." Here are some topics that are covered in this section:

  • TP 368-456: Food processing and manufacturing
  • TP 500-660: Fermentation industries; Beverages; Alcohol
  • TX 901-946.5: Hospitality industry; Hotels, clubs, restaurants; Food service.

To find books about general Business-related topics, go to the "H" call number section, as follows.

  • HD 28-50: Corporate management; Competition; Crisis management
  • HD 59: Public relations
  • HD 60: Social responsibility of business
  • HF 5387: Business ethics
  • HF 5410-5417.5: Marketing
  • HF 5546-5548.6: Office management
  • HF 5549: Personnel management
  • HF 5601-5689: Accounting and bookkeeping
  • HF 5717-5734.7: Business communication; Report writing; Correspondence

To locate specific books by title or author, be sure to use SpartaCat, the NCC Library Catalog.

Print Books

NEW books in the NCC Library collection!

It's easy to borrow books with LIBRARY to GO!

Good news!

Even though both NCC Libraries are open again, you can still borrow books and other materials remotely by using our Library to Go service. You can choose quick pickup on campus, or free delivery to your home.

Use Library to Go PLUS to request:

  • Access to materials that your instructor has put on electronic reserve in Blackboard;
  • Scanned pages from reference books like encyclopedias;
  • Scanned articles from print journals in the Library's Periodicals Tower.