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NOW ENROLLING FOR SUMMER/FALL 2021!   We're here to help. Chat with us: bit.ly/Chat_PVCC, Call us: 602-787-7000, or email us: pvccinfo@paradisevalley.edu. Updated - April 5, 2021
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Students

 

Check out  Summer and Fall classes now. Follow this link to get started.

We all want to be back on campus as soon as possible, and we miss having the energy and engagement of all of our community being here together. However, as the Covid-19 infection rates continue to rise in Arizona, we have made the difficult decision to continue hosting most of our classes Online or Hybrid Online for the Spring semester. You will find these listed as you look over the Fall 2021 class schedule.

You can also connect with the staff in the Welcome Center for assistance if you need in-person help. Or call our Contact Center at 602-787-7000. The Welcome Center is located in the KSC Building, and is open Mondays-Thursdays: 8:00 am—6:00 pm. Closed Fridays during the Summer.

How to get material from the library

PVCC’s Buxton Library Offers Limited In-Person Services

Buxton Library will resume in-person services on July 6th. We look forward to seeing you again!

Until then, request items using our Doorside Pick-up Service. Contact us at: 602-787-7200, or email: library@paradisevalley.edu to request books, copies, print-outs, etc. Once they are ready, we’ll contact you and you can meet us in the E-Bldg hallway for a friendly delivery.

Need to return items? Use our book drop at the front of campus, near the flags, by the Welcome Center.

Doorside Pick-up Service (May 24, 2021 - July 1, 2021)
Monday - Thursday: 10am-3pm
Friday - Sunday: CLOSED

In-person services ( July 6th, 2021 - August 5, 2021)

Monday - Thursday: 10am-3pm
Friday - Sunday: CLOSED

*Social distancing and masks are required during in-person services*

Remember, you can always request 24/7 librarian assistance via Ask a Librarian.