The Moreno Valley College Library will be closed from Monday March 16 until Thursday April 30, due to COVID-19.
The library's online services will remain accessibly during this closure and can be accessed via the library's website.
For information on library support to faculty during the closure click here.
For more information and updates about this closure please refer to the RCCD website.
What if my books are due when the campus is closed?
The due dates for all items due during this closure have been renewed to May 6th, and no fines will accrue while we are closed. The campus is closed so items cannot be returned to the library until we reopen on May 1. Please hold on to your checked out items until the library reopens.
How can I access textbooks for my class if the library is closed?
Many publishers have made their e-textbooks available for free (for a limited time) for schools affected by COVID-19 closures. These e-textbooks can be found on RedShelf or VitalSource. To view which classes have titles available on these sites and for more information see this page on our website. Both of these resources require registration (with your student email) and allow you to check out up to 7 free e-textbooks until May 25th.
You might also consider contacting your instructor to see if she/he might be able to make portions of the text available to you digitally, or to direct you to where the text can be accessed online.
How can I get help with my projects, papers and assignments?
The MVC Library's many online resources - including journals, ebooks, magazines, newspapers, streaming video and more - remain available. You can access these electronic resource from our A-Z database list.
Online tutorial assistance with fully trained experts is provided 24/7 through NetTutor.
Will I be able to checkout books or equipment when the campus is closed?
No, during the campus closure, the Library will be remain closed and no items can be checked out. All books, equipment, and other physical materials will not be available. Ebooks, research articles, and other electronic collections can be accessed via our A-Z database list.
Can I still place holds (requests) on items?
No, due to campus being closed, (for the time being) all requests have been disabled.