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Requesting Materials from Skyline Library

This guide is for students who need technology, books and other items from Skyline Library. It explains how to request, pick up and return materials.

Pick Up Location

When you come to campus: Photo of entrance to Skyline College library

  • Follow the safety protocols. Do NOT come if you are sick!
  • Park in Lot M (see map below).  
  • Walk to the west entrance of Building 5.
  • The library is on the second floor.  
  • Show identification (either student ID or state ID is fine) or have your G-number ready. 
  • Show proof of enrollment (via Websmart) for Technology requests.
  • Staff will check out your item(s) on your library account and give them to you.

The Library is in Building 5 on the second floor.

Parking permits may be required. 

Click here for a campus map.

Safety First!

Important Safety Information

Please comply with the following rules when coming to campus to protect your health and safety, and that of others: 

  • Vaccinations are required

    • The Board of Trustees has adopted a policy (BP 2.90) that requires COVID-19 vaccines for all employees and students working and studying on site.
  • Face coverings

    The Board of Trustees modified the District’s face masking requirement, utilizing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID Community Level coding system. The updated masking requirements, as outlined below, are effective until further notice, and apply to all students, employees, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.
CDC COVID Community Level 

SMCCCD Face Masking Requirement 

Additional CDC Guidance 


Face mask is recommended, but not required 



Face mask is required while indoors in any District facility 


Face mask is required while indoors in any District facility 

*At levels where masking is required, the exemption of not wearing a mask while actively eating or drinking still applies. 

To track the San Mateo County’s COVID Community Level, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. 



  • Fever or chills 
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

For more information see the District's "Return to Campus" web site.