A Quiet Place to Study
- Every time you are on campus, you must take the self-screening assessment for COVID.
- You must bring your Mission College ID card or a valid photo ID such as a driver's license or passport, and be able to give your student ID number when asked.
- Remember that face coverings/masks are required on campus at all times.
Every time you are on campus, you must take the self-screening assessment for COVID. You must bring your Mission College ID card or a valid photo ID such as a driver's license or passport, and be able to give your student ID number when asked. Remember that face coverings/masks are required on campus at all times.
Beginning January 11, 2021, the Mission College Library will be open to currently registered students for in-person quiet study, personal laptop use with college Wi-Fi access, Proctorio test taking, and PC access.
Current Mission College students can access the study space and computer use in the Library by dropping in during open hours or by making a reservation up to two weeks in advance, to ensure the availability of space.
Open Times and Days
|Library Open Hours|
|Mondays - Thursdays||9 a.m. - 4 p.m|
Make a Reservation
Library Study Space is Currently Closed for Spring Break
To ease your check-in and ensure space, we request that you make a reservation for library visits. Reservations are made through the Cranium Café system. When making a reservation you will be prompted to sign in with your Mission College student email.
Reservations default to a two-hour time block. However, you are welcome to stay longer, on a space available basis. Currently registered students with ID will be welcomed on a drop-in basis if space is available. Reservations are not necessary for visits made only to check out materials.
Other Available Academic Support During COVID-19
The Library is currently open only for study space, computer use, and for checking out materials. Research assistance from the librarians is currently available online. More information about reserving materials and accessing research assistance is outlined on the library webpage.
Our Academic Support Center is currently closed for in-person assistance. However, a broad range of tutoring support is available online with Mission College's own peer and professional tutors.
Where is the Library?
The Library is the first building on your right as you enter campus from the visitor parking lot.
Where to Park
There is limited free parking for students using the Library. You may park in the visitor parking lot, in front of the Student Engagement Center.
The lot is located to the left of the traffic/buss circle and is located at H6 on this map. Students will be allowed to park in this lot for up to four hours. You do not need to have a parking permit displayed during this time.
Students parked in other lots will need to purchase a parking permit.