Why use books? -- Finding Circulating Materials in the Library Catalog -- Key Terms to Try -- Finding a Book on the Shelf -- Off-campus Access -- Books in the Spotlight -- Immigration: Overview -- African American Immigration -- Asian American Immigration -- Deportation -- Immigration and Children and Young Adults -- Immigration Experience -- Immigration History -- Mexican American Immigration and Border Studies
The Circulating Collection is on the third floor. Circulating means you can check out the books.
Use the search box to find print and electronic books. (You are searching all three SDCCD libraries, not just City.)
Can't find it here? Try another library.
These are only a few examples of immigration-related terms found in the library catalog:
When you click on a database link or an e-book, you will be prompted for your CSID number and last name.
Put in your last name exactly the way you registered for classes.
To log in, you must be taking at least one City College course during the current semester, and have fully paid your tuition and fees.
Faculty and staff:
San Diego City College Library has over 60,000 books in its Circulating Collection, located on the third floor. We also have over 28,000 electronic books. Use the library catalog to find books in both our print and electronic collections. Here are some examples from our collection; click the links below to check on their availability.