Here you will find many of the forms that faculty, staff and students can use for Library Learning Resource Center (LLRC) resources. Please see descriptions for each form below and click on the title of each to access the PDF version of that form. If you have any questions regarding these forms please contact Dean Luis A. Gonzalez.
The PIF is for faculty, staff and/or students to share any concerns, complaints, suggestions or issues regarding the LLRC staff, resources, services, etc. with the Dean.
The BLT program provides students enrolled in Transitional Studies English and English as a Second Language courses with the opportunity to borrow textbooks for the entire semester. Students are required to return the textbooks at the end of the semester in the same/similar condition they received them in otherwise they may be asked to replace the textbook.
The LLC is for students who would like to borrow a laptop for use inside the library. Students are required to complete and submit this contract prior to borrowing a laptop and are required to return the laptop in the same/similar condition they received them in otherwise they may be asked to replace the laptop.
Calculator Lending Contract (CLC) - Graphing Calculator or Scientific Calculator:
The CLC is for students who would like to borrow a graphing or scientific calculator for the entire semester. Students are required to complete and submit this contract prior to borrowing a calculator. Students are also required to return the calculator in the same/similar condition they received them in otherwise they may be asked to replace it.
The NPS is for students, faculty and community members who would like to have a physical identification card to use when checking-out books or other LLRC equipment. Faculty and staff are not required to have one, but community members are. This is the only method available for community members to borrow books from the LLRC.
The LLRC Survey is for faculty, staff, student, and community member use to provide the assistant dean with feedback regarding LLRC services, staff, and more. The survey can be completed and submitted anonymously.