Library and Learning Resources

Academic Support and Achievement Center (ASAC)

Building 6, South Entrance, Lower Level, Room 101
Learning Technology Center, (909) 274-4300


The Academic Support and Achievement Center (ASAC) provides a one-stop shop for academic support. Trained and qualified tutors, peer mentors, lab instructors, and instructional support specialists are available for English, Math, reading, the sciences, and more. Workshops, study groups, and Supplemental Instruction (SI) are offered to support academic goals. A testing center and the ASAC Computer Lab are also available. The ASAC Computer Lab computers and audio visual materials are available to all current registered Mt. SAC students with valid Mt. SAC photo ID. Students can use the Learning Lab for research, word processing, multimedia assignments, online course work, and to supplement classroom instruction.

Achieving in College, Ensuring Success (ACES) Program

Building 9E, (909) 274-4411
ACES Program

The goal of ACES is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of the participants and facilitate the process of transition from one level of higher education to the next. ACES provides intensive academic, personal, and career counseling to help first-generation, and/or low-income, foster youth, or disabled students reach their post-secondary goals.


Distance Learning Program

Building 6, (909) 274-5659
Distance Learning Program

Distance Learning means taking classes that are conducted partially or entirely off-campus “at a distance.” Students and professors communicate with each other using a variety of technologies. Distance Learning (DL) courses have the same content and academic rigor as regular courses; the only difference is the delivery method. Students should expect to spend as much time, sometimes more depending on the subject matter, reading, writing, and studying for DL courses as they would in regular courses. In addition, students who manage their time well, log into DL courses regularly, submit completed work on time, and meet course expectations would do well in any course, but especially in DL courses. Communicating with the professor in a timely manner when there are questions or problems is also critical to student success.

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)

Building 9B, (909) 274-4500
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) provides educational and financial support services to eligible students who have historically experienced economic and educational   disadvantages. Our program goes “over and above” other college services by offering priority registration, counseling, tutoring, financial assistance, and other support services designed to help students meet their personal and educational goals.

Language Learning Center (LLC)

Building 77, Room 1005, (909) 274-4580
Language Learning Center

The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers computer, web, and other media resources for students learning English as another language (ESL and AMLA) as well as those studying sign language (ASL) and world languages. Registration is open and free to anyone in the community.


Building 6, North Entrance, Upper Level,
Learning Technology Center, (909) 274-4260


The Library offers students, faculty, and staff a place to develop information and technology literacy, cultivate information inquiry skills, engage in quiet study, and meet to collaborate with fellow students. Students who consult with Library faculty in the library or online receive individualized instruction that will assist them in developing their research topics, select relevant databases, construct effective searches, and find and evaluate their search results. Students who attend library workshops or enroll in credit library courses will further develop information literacy and research skills, improve their ability to evaluate and integrate a variety of materials into their papers and presentations, and learn effective search techniques.

The Library provides access to online databases to support student research and has a collection of over 90,000 print and media materials including print books, eBooks, closed-captioned DVDs, adapted ESL titles and career titles. Students can use course reserves textbooks, reserve group study rooms online, print from the library computers, and scan.

Math Activities Resource Center (MARC)

Building 61 - Room 1318, (909) 274-5014
MARC Center

The MARC offers free tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 50 through MATH 71. Resources for checkout include videos, calculators, textbooks and solutions manuals.

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Center

Building 61 - Room 3318, (909) 274-4224
STEM Center 

The STEM Center offers free support services to students enrolled in science, mathematics, and engineering courses. Services include peer coaching, tutoring, faculty office hours, and counseling. Seminars and workshops on strategies for success in STEM courses, life management skills for success in STEM courses, and preparation for transfer in STEM majors are presented. The STEM Center serves as a hub for activity related to STEM courses and career.

Speech and Sign Success Center (SSSC)

Building 26B, Room 1551, (909) 274-6297
Speech and Sign Success Center (SSSC)

Sign Language and Speech students can access specially designed digital video recording rooms that include flat screen monitors for self guided practice and skill development. For Sign students, the center has the video relay system (VRS) with special headsets for interpreters in training, as well as finger practice software. For Speech students, the center provides video libraries of speech examples and tools to create and manage visual aids. For both subject areas, individualized tutoring services are available. Students must be enrolled in a Speech or Sign class, and bring their student I.D. with them to access the center. Drop-in sessions are welcomed, but appointments are highly encouraged. 

Tech Ed Resource Center (TERC)

Building 18C - 1105, (909) 274-6118 or (909) 274-6122
TERC Center

The Tech Ed Resource Center (TERC) offers specialty tutoring in Aviation, Paralegal studies, CIS courses, Electronics, as well as basic math, English, and study methods to all CTE students. Students can check out laptops, books, and specialized equipment for their major (microscopes and electronics equipment, etc.). Students are encouraged to drop in and work with tutors or study independently. Two counselors are available during the Fall and Spring semesters; appointments are not required for TERC services. 

Transfer Math Activities Resource Center (T-MARC)

Building 61 - Room 1314, (909) 274-5389
T-MARC Center

The T-MARC offers free math tutoring to Mt. SAC students currently enrolled in MATH 100 and above. A variety of resources for in-lab and take-home use are available.

The Writing Center

Building 26B - Room 1561A, (909) 274-5325
Writing Center

The Writing Center offers free services to all students. The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any course at the College in both face-to-face and online formats. CRLA-certified tutors and at least one qualified English instructor are present at all times. Non-native English speaking students can also make appointments with ESL-trained tutors. In addition, the Writing Center offers workshops to help with common writing issues, such as grammar, thesis statements, essay planning and organization as well as documentation, and college research. Directed Learning Activities to hone writing and grammar skills are also offered. The Center's computer lab is open to students who use tutoring services to write and print papers, conduct research, and develop skills of grammar and rhetoric using self-directed software. 

WIN Program

Building 45, Room 1430, (909) 274-4239
WIN Program

The WIN Program is a tutorial center and study hall where student-athletes have the opportunity to access tutoring in all subject areas either individually or in a group. The program is specifically designed to achieve success in their courses, prepare students to transfer to a four-year university, and assist them in maintaining academic eligibility.

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