The Hayden Memorial provides high quality, relevant information resources and services to Citrus College’s demographically diverse community to support student success.
A current Citrus Photo ID card is required to check out circulating and reserve materials. Most* items can be renewed using the methods listed below:
*Overdue items cannot be renewed via My Library Account, please use one of the other methods.
The library only charges fines for lost or damaged library materials.
LOST AND DAMAGED MATERIALS
Charges will be placed on student records for lost or damaged library materials.
In an effort to maintain a safe, clean, well-maintained library
Drinks in library friendly containers will be allowed in the library on a limited basis and with the following restrictions:
No food or drink is allowed at the computers or library workstations. Drink privileges, use of library rooms, facilities, and/or resources may be suspended if policy is abused.
Your Citrus College ID card is your library card. Library staff issue photo ID cards to current students, staff and faculty during business hours. All students currently enrolled in at least one credit-unit are eligible to receive a Foothill Transit Class Pass, a reusable electronic TAP sticker that attaches to the ID card and lets Citrus College students ride Foothill Transit for free. Photo ID cards are required for checking out library materials. To receive a photo ID students must:
ID cards can be obtained 24 hours after students have registered for courses. Please remember to always carry your Citrus photo ID with you.
Bus Passes (Citrus College Class Passes) are issued in the Photo ID Office or Check Out Desk. A lost Class Pass can be replaced by visiting the Owl Bookshop.
Community members, IEALC students, Citrus alumni and local area high school students are considered Special Borrowers and may apply for a Hayden Memorial Library card by picking up a Special Borrower Application from the Check Out Desk or accessing it online. High school students must bring a school photo ID when obtaining a card. For high school students, schools must have a signed agreement on file. Agreement letters are sent to high school principals each Fall.
Five scanners are available. There is no charge for scanning. Three are in the Research Help area and one is in the Media area.
Printers are located on the 1st Floor (Research Help and the 2nd floor (Media).
The library provides 120 computers in the library for students to use. Students log into the network using their username and password
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RESERVE GRACE PERIOD
*Citrus College Photo ID is required to check out Reserve materials. The Photo ID office is open during library business hours.
Students can use a driver's license and WingSpan ID only during the following grace periods:
If a student sets off the library security gate alarm and has a Reserve book or library item they have not checked out IN HAND, the student must return the book to library staff.
If a student sets off the library security gate alarm and has a Reserve book or library item they have not checked out IN A BACKPACK/BAG,
The collection development policy helps us develop healthy and balanced library collection of print and electronic books, print periodicals, online databases, and media resources that support the curriculum and instructional programs and the needs for students, faculty and staff.
ATTENTION VISITORS: By entering the Hayden Memorial Library at Citrus College, you are consenting to being photographed and/or filmed and you are waiving any and all claims regarding the use of your image. Questions? See Library Supervisor.
1. Creative, Critical, and Analytical Thinking
2. Technology/Information Competency
The information competent student:
See ACRL Standards for more information. Updated 3/27/2013
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