Library Card

Your VCC ID Card is your Library Card.  You can get your card at the Registrar's Office. You will need to present your VCC ID Card to borrow library materials. 

VCC Student ID card 2016

VCC students can borrow items from other BC post-secondary libraries (including UBC and SFU). To borrow items from other BC post-secondary libraries, VCC students must first stop by the VCC Library Service Desk to obtain a CPSLD (Reciprocal Borrowing) card. VCC students must present their VCC student ID card and their CPSLD card at the other library.

Former VCC students are eligible for a free Community Borrowers' card.

Library Account and MyVCC

Your Library account lets you access your library record information (requests, fines, checked out items)and renew items. Your myVCC account lets you access online courses, grades, VCC email, tax receipts and more.

Library Account

  • Check the status of your hold requests
  • View and renew your checkouts
  • Review your overdue materials and fines/fees
  • View your bookings
  • See your preferred searches
  • View your reading history
  • Create lists

MyVCC Account 

  • Online courses
  • Grades
  • Course registration
  • Tax receipts
  • Student email
  • Personal information

To login:

To login your Library account, myVCC or to the library computers, use your student number and password.

Students

Login with you student ID number and your password (default is your birth date: MMDDYY).

Example: January 18, 1975. Your Password is: 011875.

Employees

Login with your network username and password.

 

Watch this video on how to reset your VCC student password (pin)