The Yuba College Library reserve collection consists of textbooks and other materials made available for students to support them in their classes. The materials on reserve are available to students for a short circulation period — 2 hours, 1 day, 4 days, or 1 week — depending on the needs of the class and the instructions we receive from the faculty.
Research help is available for all subject areas either in person, or via email, or by phone. Request a private research appointment
50+ computers are available during the library open hours. Printing is available for $0.10 (black and white) and $0.50 (color). Photo-copies can be made for $0.10 (black and white) and $0.50 (color). Cyberlab also houses a computer training lab used for various workshops and class visits.
Current students are able to check out a library laptop for 2 days. Please read the Laptop Checkout and Use Policy for details. Students must sign the Laptop Use Agreement prior to checking out a laptop.
YCCD Computer Use Policy
Group Study rooms
The library has 9 study rooms available for check out. Rooms can be checked out for 2 hours at a time with a valid YCCD library card. Dry erase markers for the study room whiteboards are available for check out at the media desk.
Study Room Rules
- Covered drinks only, no food.
- Please clean up after yourself. Push in chairs & clean off tables.
- Use dry erase boards with eraser and/or towel & water.
- Black fabric board is for push pins only.
- Voices carry – please be mindful of those outside the room.
If you are looking for an article from a magazine that we do not subscribe to, or need a specific book the Library does not own, our staff might be able to locate them for you.
Borrowed materials are usually loaned for 2-3 weeks, but are set by the lending library. The loan can be renewed if the lending library allows. Please give the Library 3 days' notice if you want to renew.
Limit your requests to 3 items at a time, including those already filled or in process. Pick up and return items on time. Fines for lost, damaged or overdue books are set by the lender. Fees not paid will be placed on your college account. Non-compliance with procedures may jeopardize your loan privileges. Submit an Interlibrary Loan Form