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​The Mission of the Chandler-Gilbert Community College Library is to create a curriculum-based, information rich environment; teach information literacy; and facilitate quality library services.

The library continually strives to champion student learning and success.

​Circulation Policies

Library Privileges
Patrons are responsible for any use of their ID card, unless reported lost. Student ID cards are valid at all Maricopa Community Colleges.
Community members are welcome to use the library resources at any time. Community members may register at the circulation desk to obtain a community borrowers card.

Loan Periods

Books                  21 days
Magazines            Library use only
Newspapers          Library use only
Reserve materials   Varies
Video tapes/DVDs   7 days
Audio tapes           21 days
CD-ROMs               21 days
Interlibrary loans    21 days

Fine Policy
The Chandler-Gilbert Library charges late fines of 10 cents per day for the following items: Books, Inter-library loan books, Videos/DVDs, Audio tapes, CD-ROMs.

Reserve items that are late will be fined at 50 cents per hour.

Damaged Materials 
The Chandler-Gilbert Library charges for the cost of any repair required on material that has been damaged while charged out to patrons. Fees will be determined by the Technical Services Librarian.

Lost Materials
The Chandler-Gilbert Library charges fair market cost for the replacement of any lost item, plus a $5.00 processing fee.



Guidelines for Library Facilities

Library Study Rooms Policy 2012-2013


Study rooms are available for reserve in the CGCC Library. Students, faculty, and staff can reserve rooms for the following purposes:

  • To view video(s) for class
  • To work on group projects
  • To study (independently or in groups)
  • To record practice speeches using the video camera and VCR


Access services will put the day's reservations on the statistical page tacked by each room to indicate availability.

  • Students
    Students can reserve a study room two ways.
    1. Self-Reservation: Students can check a room's availability by looking at the sign-in sheet posted on the room number plaque. If a room is available, students can sign in and use the room.
    2. Advanced Reservation: Students can make a reservation up to one (1) week ahead of time by contacting Access Services at 480.857.5102.
  • Faculty and Staff
    Contact Access Services at (480) 857-5102 to reserve room for any time during the current semester. Please see "Purpose" above.


Students may reserve a study room (self or advanced) for two (2) hours only. If no one else wants the room at the end of the two hour period, the person(s) in the room may continue to use it until the next reservation/need.

  • Once made, reservation times cannot be changed.
  • Study room reservations will be held for 15 minutes before being released to the general public.


The Library is not responsible for anything left in the study rooms.