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Course Reserve Textbook Appointments: Home

This guide describes the process for making an appointment to use a course reserves textbook at the West Campus. Please note, campus libraries remain closed.

Course Reserve Textbooks: Appointment Process

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:

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.



Available Course Reserve Textbooks:

A list of available course reserve textbooks (currently limited to PCC West Campus holdings): 

Textbook Title
Instructor Class
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
Dino Dreyfus 
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
Yolanda McCoy-Stokes
Cell & molecular principles  Mackie BIO156IN
Microbiology : an introduction Meinke BIO205IN
Our sexuality Helen Infanti PSY215
Algebra and trigonometry
Edward Smith
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


If you don't find your textbook listed, please contact us to check for availability.

Questions? Concerns? Contact us:

Christopher Schipper
Pima Community College Library
West Campus Department Head

Use this form to request a Course Reserves Textbook appointment