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The Library/Information Technology Program was approved by the State Chancellor's Office in 1966. Cuesta College has the distinction of being the first Community College in the State of California to offer a formal program in the training of library support personnel.

Purpose: To offer high quality vocational training for those working in the library field or seeking to enter the library field.

Objectives: To prepare students to solve client information problems by teaching them how to locate and evaluate information necessary for earning a living and leading a productive life.

The Values: To promote the unrestricted access to information, an appreciation for the role of libraries in society, the efficient organization of information, and the development of interpersonal skills necessary to the library environment.

Mission Statement | Advisory Assistance | Competencies |
What is the Certificate? | Transferring Units

For more information contact Carolyn Lorimer, (805) 546-3190 or by email: carolyn_lorimer@cuesta.edu

View required courses or download program brochures in PDF format.

Library/Information Technology Degree (courses | brochure)
Library/Information Technology Certificate (courses | brochure)
Library Services to Children Certificate (courses) | brochure)
Web Page Coding Certificate (courses) | brochure)
Searching and Researching Strategies Certificate (courses)

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