About the Mission College Library
The Library building is closed for remodeling. The Library has temporarily moved to the first floor of the Business and Technology building.
Mission College Library
3000 Mission College Blvd., MS#24
Santa Clara, CA 95054-1897
Directions and campus maps
Check Out Desk: (408) 855-5151
For inquiries regarding checked out items, overdue items, reserves/requests, book drop or questions about fines.
Information Desk: (408) 855-5150
For research assistance, help using the Library databases, or locating items in the Library.
Library Services, Policies, and Guidelines
Go to the Library Services, Policies, and Guidelines Manual to find information on the libraries services and policies, including check out policies, loan rules and facility access. Also included are the Library Code of Conduct and Library Computer Use policies, and information on the Library's collections and materials.
The Library provides study space for student use. Collaborative study space is available in the main Library and room 105. Quiet study space is available in rooms 116 and 117.
The Library has two computer labs with PC computers for student use, room 101 is for collaborative computer work and room 118 is for quiet computer work. In addition, there are three computer stations in the main Library. All computers include Internet access, Microsoft Office programs (Work, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access), USB ports, and allow printing. Refer to the Library Services, Policies, and Guidelines Manual: Public Computers for additional information.
Asian-American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Collection
Learn more about the Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Collection and Speaker program. This special collection showcases material by and about all Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders, with an emphasis on Chinese Americans.
The library is interested in hearing your suggestions for purchases. To recommend books and other materials please contact the librarian specializing in the appropriate subject matter. Final decisions on materials will be made according to the Library's Selection of Material Policy.
Tina Boghozian: STEM
Michele Speck: Business and Health, Wellness & Public Safety
Elaine Wong: Asian American Collection; Creative Arts, and People, Culture, Society
SAO: Service Area Outcomes
SAO 1: The Mission College Library will provide support to students to enable them to easily
find, select, and use library materials to meet their learning needs.
SAO 2: Mission College Library will provide online and print resources which meet student learning needs.