Welcome to the Library!
The Evergreen Valley College Library supports the instructional philosophy and programs of the College. The Library supports the learning needs of a diverse student population, the instructional needs of the faculty, and the information needs of the community. To provide these support services, the Library gives access to recorded knowledge, information and data, and provides training and assistance in the use of recorded knowledge and information.
Library faculty teach information competency/literacy skills, which include the ability to access, retrieve, analyze, evaluate and apply information, and document sources. These skills, essential to lifelong learning, are an investment in student success when transferring to a 4-year college or university or moving into the workplace.
Circulation Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference: 408-274-7900 x 6661
Reference Email: email@example.com
Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 8 PM
Friday – 9 AM – 3 PM
Saturday – 10 AM – 2 PM
Sunday and Holidays – CLOSED
For questions about overdue materials, fines, and account information, call Circulation and leave a detailed message.
There is a book drop near the front door of the building for return of library materials.
Student I.D's administered at Admissions & Records
A&R Hours: Mon - Thurs 8AM - 5PM, Fridays 9AM - 1PM, Closed Saturdays and Sundays
Electronic Reference Area shuts down 15 minutes before closing time and when classes are in session.
Disabled students’ computers are available.
To check out Library materials, students need a student ID card to check out materials and to use library computers. (Faculty and staff need a card to check out library materials, also.)
|Audio Tapes||3 weeks|
|Music CD's||3 weeks|
|Laptops||2 hours for Library use only|
|Reserve items||2 hours to 3 days|
|Videotapes, DVDs||2 hours to 1 day|
Reserves may NOT be renewed. Study rooms, computer usage, and other materials may be renewed in person, by calling 270-6433 or 270-6435 or online (via the online catalog at http://library.sjeccd.edu/ then click on View Your Loan Record and follow instructions to renew)
Students are responsible for all materials checked out on their Student ID. Fines will be assessed for late or damaged materials. Unpaid fines result in the loss of library privileges.
25 cents per day per overdue item, or
50 cents per hour for 2 hour, 1 day & 3 day Reserve items, and computers and Study Room Keys ($3.00 for Computers left overnight at computer station)
“$1 per day per take home DVD
$5.00 per hour for Laptops
Dean of Library and Learning Resources
408-274-7900 x 6743
B.A., San Jose State University
MLIS, San Jose State University
B.A., Queen Mary’s College, Madras University, India;
B.A., University of Maine at Orono
|MLIS, San Jose State University
MM (Master of Music), University of Massachusetts at Lowell
BM (Bachelor of Music), University of Massachusetts at Lowell
The Student Services Program Review is a cooperative process that utilizes the knowledge, expertise, and opinions of faculty, staff, college management and students. The program review process initiates an extensive self-examination of overall program goals and objectives that allows for an accurate assessment of the quality of program outcomes and the efficiency of the use of program resources.
A full program review is completed every three years with annual summary evaluation/status reports. To view this download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Library Program Review 2003 (PDF file, 158 KB)
New Library Program Review 2006 (PDF file, 180 KB)