Study Rooms - NEW self-service online reservation system!
Starting April 24, 2013 we will be testing SELF RESERVATIONS for study rooms.Students may now use the self-service system (click here) to reserve a group study room for up to two hours. Two or more Mt. SAC students may check out a key to use a study room for two hours. No reservations - rooms are given to whomever shows up first!
READ EVERYTHING BELOW BEFORE MAKING YOUR RESERVATION
A group is defined as two or more individuals
Group Study Room reservations can be made for up to 2 hours
You may make 2 reservations per day, up to 4 weeks in advance
Same-day reservations are possible
All walk-ins must input a reservation in the system
Cancel your Group Study Room reservation if you are unable to make your scheduled time (the link to cancel will be in your confirmation email)
Bring confirmation of your reservation to the Library
Arrive on time. If your group does not arrive within 5 minutes of the reservation start time, the room will be made available to other groups.
If there are questions or concerns, please go to the reference librarian at the Information/Reference Desk or (909) 274-4289
* * * * PLEASE NOTE : THIS SERVICE IS IN TEST (BETA) * * * *
- x4260 or 909 274 4260 - NOTE: Reserves has been combined with the Circulation Desk
Out Books, Media and Other Items
Students may check out up to seven books for three weeks. To borrow books, you must have your Mt. SAC student ID.
an IEALC library card IEALC cards allow Mt. SAC students
to use other participating libraries. A complete listing of the nineteen
participating libraries is available by clicking here. You must present your valid Mt. SAC student ID and the IELAC card issued by our Circulation Department.
Mt. SAC students are also permitted to borrow books from the Cal Poly Pomona University Library. For guidelines about this service, read our Mutual Lending Agreement.
Return books to two book drops - the front wall next to the
Library entrance and the information booth of Pay Lot B (near
Grand Avenue). NOTE: These are OPEN even on holidays!
Periodical Literature in Print and Online
The library subscribes to newspapers, magazines, and journals.
In the Periodicals Room, you will find periodicals in print
and on microfilm.
You may also use computers in the Periodicals Room to search
for articles in the full text article
databases. (Remember that these computers are for research
All periodicals must stay in the Periodicals Room.
Photocopy machines and printers are available to copy/print
It costs $0.08 to photocopy/print one page if using a print
card; $0.10 per page if using cash.
It costs $0.20 to print from a microfilm machine if using
a print card; $0.25 per page if using cash.
the Information Desk
The Information Desk is staffed all of the hours that the
library is open.
Librarians and library assistants will help students, staff,
and faculty with research needs via the library
catalog, article databases,
and the Internet.
The Copier Room is found near the Information Desk
It costs $0.08 to photocopy one page if using a print card;
$0.10 per page if using cash.
Copy cards are available for purchase in the Copier Room.
Computer printers are available at the Information Desk.
You must purchase a copy card in order to print from the computers.
Copies are $0.08 per page.
Purchase copy cards in the Copier Room. The cost is $1.00
and there is a one-time fee of $0.50 for this card. (You will
have $0.50 worth of copies.) When needed, you may add more
value to your card for no additional fee at the boxes in front of each of the copy machines in room 223. Ask at the Information/Reference Desk if you need assistance or have questions.
Call the Library Department Chair at x4260.
- x4292 or 909 274 4292
- NOTE: Reserves has been combined with the Circulation Desk
Check out articles and books that professors have required
You may use Reserve materials for two hours in the library
To borrow Reserve items, you must have your Mt. SAC student
Place Course Materials on Reserve
Instructors may place materials on Reserve for use by students in the following ways:
Bring items into the Library Circulation Desk during open hours, or
Send items through inter-campus mail to Frances Smothers, Library, or
Place items into the Library book drop.
Each item to be placed on Reserve must be accompanied by a Reserves Form, which is in writeable PDF format. This form may be filled out online and saved for your records.
The library does not assume responsibility for lost or damaged personal copies and does not bill students for their replacement costs. Under California law, and in accordance with the Code of Ethics of the American Library Association, student confidentiality will be maintained. The library may contact the student to get the item returned sooner.