to Victor Valley College Library
at the north side of the lake (Building
41), the library offers a diverse
collection of books, periodicals,
newspapers, videos, CD's,
microfilm. In addition to
books, the library
has an excellent reference
local history room,
for use within the
players for instructional
and microfiche/film reader-printers
are also available.
Group study rooms may be reserved
online up to one week in advance.
are always ready to assist
you in your research.
31 - December 18, 2015)
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
16 - June 10, 2016)
- Thursday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Spring Break Day: March 25-27
Break: April 11-17
Day: May 30
22 - August 13, 2015)
- Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Library hours will be 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
August 3-13, 2015)
Independence Day: July 6
(Campus Closed Saturday,
permits are required to park on campus
Monday through Saturday.
permits are available from coin-operated
dispensers located in Lots 3, 6,
11, 13, & 16
(See campus map). Cost is a $2.00
per day (quarters
metered parking is available in Lot
6 (25¢ per 15 minutes, 2 hours
closest parking to the library building
is in Lots 1 and 2, or Lot 9 near
the Student Activities Center (Bldg.
44). On the lower campus, Lot 20 by
parking is available in all lots
and enforced 7 days a week. Lot 9 directly
next to the Student Activities Center
is the most convenient to the library.
are two book drops located on campus.
One is directly in front of the
library building and the other in
the north end of parking Lot
8. Library materials can be returned
to the book drops at any time. Please
return videos, CD's, and cassettes
directly to the library as they
can be easily damaged
in the book drops.
All registered students are eligible
to check out library materials. Students
must show a current Student I.D. card or
a printout from
the Bursar's office (or WebAdvisor) as proof
of registration. A photo ID, such as a driver's
may be requested at the time materials are
of the community residing within the
college district boundaries may
borrow materials by becoming a member
of the Friends
of the Library.
The annual fee is $12.00 and a person
must be 18 years or older. Community
members must show a current California
or DMV identification card with a
local address. A Social Security Number
is also required.
*4 items total.
and Lost Materials
(with the exception of Videos and DVDs)
can be renewed
online via the library catalog under My
Account or by contacting
the Circulation Desk at 760-245-4271,
ext. 2262. Renewals must be made
on or before the item's due date. A
maximum of two renewals are allowed
unless another patron has placed a
hold on an item. Individuals
are responsible for all materials checked
out under their name.
questions about previously checked out
materials or current fines can
be answered by contacting the Circulation
library will send a notice as a reminder
of overdue materials. Patrons will be
billed for the cost of replacing
any item or items,
plus a processing fee for all unreturned
fees and fines
Transcripts, grades, and registration
clearance will be held until your status
with the library is cleared.
in addresses or telephone numbers must
be reported to the library. A claim
of failure to receive an overdue notice
will not prevent an individual from
being billed for fines and lost materials.
library maintains a collection of course
reserve materials that consist of textbooks,
videos, and supplemental materials related
to assigned coursework. Items are kept at
the Periodicals Counter and are placed on
reserve at the request of the instructor.
does not purchase textbooks outside of the
copies placed on reserve by instructors.
instructor determines the loan period for
reserve materials. Generally materials
must be used in the library on a two-hour
period. To find if a textbook or other
materials are available for your class,
library catalog under Course
Reserves. It is best to search
by Course Number (ex. ENGL 101) in that
other than yours may have placed the book
on reserve. To request a book, fill out an
Instructor Reserve Request slip
and take it along with your student ID to
The titles of textbooks for specific classes
should be listed in the course syllabus.
If you do not know the title, try searching
Bookstore under Buy Textbooks.
students who are registered with the library
may apply for an IEALC (Inland Empire Academic
Libraries Cooperative) card at the circulation
desk. The purpose of the card is to provide
students borrowing privileges from other member
libraries for special research needs that extend
beyond the resources of the VVC collection.
The card is available only to students;
faculty and staff are not included in the agreement.
Students are solely responsible for all borrowed
materials and must abide by the local lending
rules of each library. Contact the Circulation
Desk (245-4271, ex.2262) for further information.
Black & white
photocopy machines are available in Room
208 on the upper floor of the library. Photocopies
are 10¢ per copy.
Photocopy cards may also be purchased from
a vending machine in the copy room for an
cost of $1.00 (50¢ is automatically
deducted for the cost of the card). You
the amount on the card by placing it in
the same machine and adding dollars. The
card can be used indefinitely.
reader-printers are also available on the
upper floor of the library. There is a 10¢ per
page fee for printed copies. Dimes only.
study rooms are available on the lower floor
of the library for groups of 2 to 5 persons.
Room 211 on the upper floor is available
to 8 persons.
Room reservations are available for up to
3 hours per group and up to 1 week in advance.
can only be reserved online with a student
Note that food and drinks are not allowed
in the library.
*Study rooms must
be vacated 15 minutes prior to the
are 30 computers with access to the library's
Web site, catalog, electronic
databases, and Internet. Library computers
are limited to research purposes only. Email,
chat rooms, games, etc. are prohibited.
Printing from all computers is currently
free. Students who need to type papers or
complete assignments on Blackboard should
use the computers in the Advanced Technology
Center (Bldg. 21). Wireless internet
access is available in the library
for students using laptop computers
network interface cards. For further information
please refer to the library's Computer
and Electronic Resources Use Policy.