Library-to-Go is a service that allows current students, staff, and faculty to request books, CD audiobooks, and DVDs from our library’s general collection and from other SCCCD libraries for easy, quick pick up at the campus library during open hours. Start by signing in to the CCC OneSearch Catalog to locate and request the items you wish to check out. Library staff will pull the items from the shelves and you will be notified when they are ready for pick up at the library. (Note that this service is for general collection items and does not apply to reserve items like textbooks and anatomy models)
If you wish to request a book not owned by any of our SCCCD libraries including ours, fill out an Interlibrary Loan Request. We are capable of searching hundreds of libraries throughout the country for the items you need. Because items are from outside of our college and district and often outside of the state, interlibrary loan requests may take at least two weeks to fill.
A collection of 25,000 full-text eBooks spanning multiple subject areas including fiction, non-fiction, and reference titles.
A growing digital collection of audiobooks and eBooks that includes course-related and popular fiction and non-fiction books. Listen or read through your browser or download the app on your mobile device.
All current students, faculty, and staff have an active library account. Sign in to complete account-related tasks, such as item requests and tracking, reviewing checked out items and renewals.
Some items like technology are renewed and requested differently; please check our tech loans page for more information.
1. Go to the library's OneSearch catalog and click on "Sign In" at the top right of the page.
2. If you are presented with a dialog box, select the "OneSearch Login" link.
3. The next screen is the SCCCD log in screen; log in like you would for Canvas or college email.
4. You are now logged in and will be redirected to the catalog; click on your name at the top right, and a menu will appear with library account-related tasks: