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Gender and Women's Studies: Help!

Library and Technology Center (LTC)

  • Librarians are available to provide research help during all open hours at the library reference desk or at(831) 646-4262.
  • To make an appointment with a librarian for specialized research help please send an email to Be sure to include when you are available, what you would like help with, your name, and student ID number. Allow up to 48 hours for a response.

By Phone         General Info.       646-4095           
                        Circulation Desk   646-3098
                        Reference Desk    646-4262

By Email          send an email to

In Person         Library Hours (subject to change)

                       Spring and Fall Semesters                       
                         Monday - Thursday        7:45 AM - 9 PM
                       Friday                           7:45 AM - 4 PM
                       Closed Weekends

                        Summer  & Early Spring Sessions
                        Monday - Thursday         7:45 AM - 4:30 PM
                        Friday                           7:45 AM - 2:00 PM
                        Closed Weekends


                        Click here for library holidays & closures

English & Study Skills Center (ESSC)


English & Study Skills Center 

Students who need help with assignments from English classes or classes that require English skills are encouraged to come to the English & Study Skills Center for assistance.

Location: 1st floor of the Library Technology Center (LTC)

Telephone: 831-646-4177

Math Learning Center (MLC)

A student studying in the MLC.

Math Learning Center (MLC) 

Offers free drop-in tutoring in mathematics to all MPC students taking a math (below 20A), science (no Physics 3) or CTE course involving mathematics

Location: Business/Math/Computer Science Building BMC 103

Telephone: 831-645-1330

Reading Center


Reading Center

Students work individually or in small groups to master the fundamental linguistic principles that underlie the English language, using a multi-sensory approach for the development of the auditory, sensory, and visual skills necessary for reading, writing, and speech.

Location: 1st floor of the Library Technology Center (LTC)

Telephone: 831-646-4175