FAQs

Student

  1. Can I access the book catalog online?
  2. Does the library have computers available for word processing homework assignments or emailing my instructor?
  3. How can I find a tutor?
  4. Where can I view a video or DVD for a class?
  5. Where can I call if I have more questions?
  6. Can I check out magazines?
  7. How can I learn to use the library more effectively?
  8. Can non-students use the library?

For any other questions email us at library@hancockcollege.edu or call ext. 3224 (Santa Maria) or 5224 (Lompoc)

Can I access the book catalog online?
Yes, it is available on the library homepage - Select Books & Media in the FIND box.

Does the library have computers available for word processing homework assignments or emailing my instructor?
Yes, the Open Access Computer Lab located in the Academic Resource Center (Bldg. L-South) on the Santa Maria campus has computers available for students.

How can I find a tutor?
In Santa Maria, visit the Tutorial Center counter located in the Academic Resource Center (Bldg L-South) or call (805) 922-6966 ext. 3260.

In Lompoc, the Tutorial Center is located inside the Library (1-110) or call (805) 922-6966 ext. 5223

Tutorial services are free of charge, and on-line tutoring is available.

Where can I view a video or DVD for a class?
DVD/Video players are available for student use at each Circulation Desk in both Libraries.

Where can I call if I have more questions?
Call the Circulation Desk at either library at (805) 922-6966: Santa Maria ext. 3224 or Lompoc ext. 5224.

Can I check out magazines?
Many magazines articles are available on our computers, which can be e-mailed to home or printed out in the LRC. The issues in the LRC do not check out, but copiers are available.

How can I learn to use the library more effectively?
An independent study, self-paced Library Skills class is available. Register for Library 169 at the beginning of the semester.

Can non-students use the library?
Non-students may use materials in the library, but some services are restricted to student use only. Join the Allan Hancock Friends of the Library and you will receive a community user card, valid for one year that will allow borrowing privileges.

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