Need an extra class Fall semester? Consider registering for LIS 210, Hacking and Open Source Culture.
How Do I Return or Renew My Technology Device (laptop, hotspot, iPad)?
If you are already registered for the summer 2022 session, you MAY be able to renew your item(s) online by following these steps below.
Please note, if you have just registered within the past 24 hours or if you have renewed or tried to renew once already, you may experience difficulties renewing online, please contact us (https://www.pima.edu/academics-programs/academic-support/library/contact-us.html) and we can usually take care of the issue quickly and easily.
Also, note that there is a grace period after the due date before any actions are taken, we can help with late renewals and late returns, no problem!
If you are not registered for Summer 2022 you will need to return your laptop or hotspot. You can always request a device in the summer before Fall 2022 starts.
Here at the library we celebrate Earth Day every day.
Earth day is a celebration for our planet and its precious resources. By using the library to check out and return items, read e-books, stream videos, and more you are contributing to our work in creating a sustainable space.
Earth the Final Frontier.
April 19th, 9:30am - 12:30pm
Have you ever wanted to create your own puzzle!? Now's your chance! Please join us for the next East Campus Makerspace's event where we will be making Puzzles! The event is on Tuesday April 19th in the Makerspace (Room L-116) at East Campus. The event starts at 9:30am and goes until 12:30pm. All materials will be supplied for current students, faculty, and staff. If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
May 5th, 9:30am - 12:30pm
Still trying to figure out what to get your Mom for Mother's Day or your friend for graduation? Look no further! Be sure to join us on Thursday May 5th from 9:30am - 12:30pm in the East Campus Makerspace and learn how to make your own jewelry with the laser cutter. Supplies to make the jewelry will be supplied for all current students, faculty, and staff. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Be sure to go to the West Campus Library the week of April 18th - 22nd so you can make a seed bomb of your own! Seed Bombs are a ball made of compost, clay and seeds which can then be planted or literally thrown (like a bomb) somewhere to create greenery and color over time. Come participate and spread some seeds!