Select Library Course Reserve Textbooks will be available to students on an appointment basis. Students will have access to a requested textbook, a workstation, and a document scanner for a 15 minute appointment.
Here is the process:
Step 1. Complete the Request Form found on this page (link to form: https://forms.gle/XLiZoKAT37SkyAw6A)
Step 2. Wait for an email from library staff that confirms your request and textbook availability
Step 3. Come to West Campus at the appointed time.
Bring your Pima ID/Driver's License, note taking materials, and a USB flash drive (to save documents to).
A mask is required, and disposable gloves will be provided.
Appointments are available at the main entrance, off the Anklam-facing roundabout at PCC's West Campus (2202 W Anklam Rd, Tucson, AZ 85709). Course Reserve Service is available Thursday's from 4pm-6pm.
Once you have completed the Request Form on this page, the turn-around time for appointment confirmation is one business day. Please check your Pima Community College email regularly.
A list of available course reserve textbooks (currently limited to PCC West Campus holdings):
|Algebra and trigonometry||Multiple Instructors||MAT188/189|
|Beginning and intermediate algebra||Multiple Instructors||MAT092 / 095 / 097|
|A Graphical Approach to College Algebra||
Roberta McGuire (Casper)
|Medical-surgical nursing : assessment and management of clinical problems||Multiple Instructors
|Human anatomy and physiology||Department copy (Cydnee Ludt, Haber)||BIO201IN|
|Gateways to art : understanding the visual arts||Christina McNearney.||ART105|
|Calculus : early transcendentals||Werbylo, Roger||QA303.2 .S7315 2016; MAT220|
|General, organic, and biological chemistry : structures of life||Nair, Padma||CHM130|
|Nutrition : an applied approach||O'Brien, Lynne||FSN154|
|Study guide and student solutions manual for John McMurry's organic chemistry 9th ed||Nair, Padma||CHM235IN|
|Sociology||McIlwaine, Mary Kris||SOC101|
|Organic Chemistry||Nair, Padma||CHM235IN|
|Cultural anthropology global forces, local lives||Repp, Dianna||ANT112|
|Literature: a portable anthology||Cochran, Joshua||WRT102|
|The sundance writer : a rhetoric, reader, and research guide||Multiple Instructors||WRT101S|
|Vistas : introduccion a la lengua espanola||Rangel Arriola, Liz||SPA|
|Essentials of statistics for the behavioral sciences||Helen Infanti,||PSY230|
|Exploring literature : writing and arguing about fiction, poetry, drama, and the essay||Cochran, Joshua||WRT102|
|The thoughtful reader||Eric Morrison||REA091|
|Essentials of statistics for the behavioral sciences||Helen Infanti.||PSY230|
|Medical-surgical nursing : assessment and management of clinical problems||
|Cell & molecular principles||Mackie||BIO156IN|
|Microbiology : an introduction||Meinke||BIO205IN|
|Our sexuality||Helen Infanti||PSY215|
|Algebra and trigonometry||
|Joining together : group theory and group skills||Multiple Instructors||SSE111|
|Western civilizations||Margarita Youngo||HIS101|
|Medical-surgical nursing : assessment and management of clinical problems||Multiple Instructors||NRS|