Mission College Library is here to help students in their research and study. This page gives you information on the various
services available to you including links to research resources, information about computer access, as well as general help in
finding information about your classes either at the college or taken via distance learning.
Getting started on research begins here with all the resources at your fingertips!
Renew material and place holds online.
Library 10 covers the basic elements of information competency by introducing you to the nature of research and the role of the library in research.
Textbook and Course Reserves
Through a generous grant from the ASB, the library has a collection of many of the textbooks used in courses at Mission College. Instructors also
place supplementary material on reserve. Reserve material is available at the Check Out Desk and can only be used in the library. Students will need
their Mission College photo ID to check out material.
The library has over 65 computers which provide access to the Internet. Each computer includes Microsoft Office Suite, media players and many workstations
have DVD viewing capabilities. The library also is a free wireless hot spot.
The Mission College Library maintains an on-site collection of over 55,000 print and non-print materials to support the educational needs of the
college's students, faculty, and staff. In addition, it provides access to electronic resources, including full-text periodical databases, indexes,
encyclopedias and dictionaries.
Find your class:
If you need a helping hand:
- HelpSCC.org - Information and referral for human services agencies such as housing, jobs assistance, health, and more.
- FinAid - the smart student's guide to financial aid!
- Community Information Program - maintained by the Peninsula Library System
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Revised March 15, 2012.