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COVID-19 Info & Resources: Library Updates & Services

Library Returns

Library laptops, hotspots and iPads should be returned for inventory control and updating. Students registered for summer classes will be able to re-checkout their device or an updated device when they present currently checked out items at WC. 


West Campus 

2202 W. Anklam Rd 

Downtown Campus 

1255 N. Stone Ave

East Campus

8181 E. Irvington Rd

Mondays 9 - 1

Tuesdays 3-6

Thursdays 9-1

Fridays 1-4


Tuesdays 1-4

Thursdays 10-1

Mondays - Thursdays 10-2

Returns and summer student borrowing Returns only Returns only




Online Request and Curbside Pickup (including technology)

Checkout Library books, DVDs and more using our Online ordering and Curbside pick-up service. Pick-up of requested Library items is available at West, Downtown and East Campuses.

Checkout laptops, tablets, and hotspots acquired via CARES Act funds using the same process. Please note, however, Pick-up of requested CARES Act technology is only available at West Campus.

Please see the Curbside Pick-Up tab above for details on how to use the service. Items must be reserved online and a pick up time scheduled. 

Campus Library locations remain closed.                      


Tech Support

If you need help with your PCC device please call the IT Service Desk at (520) 206-4900. Service Desk hours are:

  • Monday-Thursday: 7am-7:30pm 
  • Friday: 7am - 5pm.
  • Saturday: 8am - 2pm 

If you need general technical support the MyPima Helpdesk provides assistance with MyPima logins, access to D2L and more. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

Call: (520) 206-4800
Email: (Note: Your email reply will be from
Chat: Start chat now

COVID-19 LibGuide

This guide is dynamic and will be updated as new resources become available. It is intended to serve two purposes:

  1. To provide information for those interested in the illness caused by the novel respiratory illness coronavirus, COVID-19, CoViD-10, or SARS-CoV-2
  2. To provide up-to-date information on Pima Community College Library services and resources.

Contact Us

Please contact the library from the comfort of your home.

All reference questions and general inquiries should be made online.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Contact us for the following (not limited to):

  • renewals and extensions on due dates and holds

  • general questions

  • library research questions

  • citation help

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