Read RVCC's Code for Academic Dishonesty, Cheating and Plagiarism. Includes a definition of academic integrity and information to help students avoid violations of the policy.
Learn about library resources for students with disabilities.
Learn all about borrowing books and more from the library.
These unique webpages are created for specific courses, assignments, or special topics of interest.
There are a lot of ways to contact us! Go to Get Help to send us an email, set up an appointment, and more.
Learn how to reserve a study room in the library.
A tutorial created just for RVCC students about using Zoom and Microsoft Teams for your online or remote synchronous classes.
The Guided Pathways Team created communities for students in various major/career clusters. Each of these communities has a dedicated 'personal' librarian. Find yours here!
Learn more about the laptops available for use in the library.
Read all of the library's policies.
Log in to My Library Account to renew or see the due dates for materials you've checked out.
Fill out the form to request that we purchase something for the library collection.
The Resource Center and Food Pantry program brings together both primary and secondary resource supports in order to empower student participants.
Learn more about the resources and services the Library and other campus departments have for students who are parents.
Learn more about what scholarly (peer reviewed) articles are and how to find them in library databases and RVOneSearch.
These guides provide information and resources on a wide variety of topics, including current events, campus events, discussion topics, and more.
A "z-course" is a course for which there is zero cost for textbooks or course materials. In these courses, students are still required to consult course materials throughout their learning, but those materials are freely available to the students, often through Canvas, library databases or ebook collections, or internet sources. See our list of z-courses offered at RVCC.