Library

The Ozuna Library serves Palo Alto College students, staff, faculty, and the surrounding community by providing an extensive collection of print and online library resources; computers (including laptops available for checkout); wireless access; quiet spaces for studying, reflection, and reading; and social spaces for working in groups or socializing with friends.

Palomino Search

 

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› Find books, videos, and articles
 Search a specific database
 Search Reserves Collection
 New resources added to our collection    
 Find More Materials 
 Other Area Library  Catalogs 
 Leisure E-books

Library Services

› Library Information Literacy Modules
› Library Guides
› Interlibrary Loan
› TexShare Card
› Library Procedures

Services for Faculty

 Faculty Request for Library Instruction
 Library Liaison Contact Information
 
Faculty Reserves Request Form (PDF)
 Reserve Guidelines for Faculty (PDF)
 Permission to Use Student Paper Letter (PDF)

Children’s Library

Located on the first floor of the Ozuna Library and Learning Center, the 1,300-square-foot Children’s Library contains a variety of printed children’s literature, as well as Nooks loaded with children’s ebooks, an area for computers, print station, white-board, height-adjustable seating and fun children’s seating, and a digital monitor for viewing children’s videos. All Children’s Library events are free and open to the public.

Location:
Ozuna Library and Learning Center (OZU 119A)

Phone:
210-486-3570

Hours of Operation:

Summer 2019
June 10 – August 18

Monday–Thursday:
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday–Sunday:
Closed

Closed on July 4, Independence Day Holiday 

 

Contact Information:

Location:
Ozuna Library and Learning Center

Phone:
Circulation Desk: 210-486-3555
Reference Desk: 210-486-3557
Administration: 210-486-3901

Email a question:
pac-REF@alamo.edu 

 

Hours of Operation:

Summer 2019
June 10 – June 28

Monday–Thursday:
8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Friday – Sunday:
Closed

Closed on July 4, Independence Day Holiday

 
 

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