When the College-Rolando Branch Library opened in September 2005, it replaced the outdated College Heights library which was built in 1955 and located on College Avenue. Today, the College-Rolando library is one of the busiest in San Diego with modern amenities to serve a diverse population and patrons of all ages. The astronomy-themed library building offers visitors a sense of privacy with separate reading areas and a computer lab, a multi-purpose community room with a kitchen and an outdoor patio.
Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, Teens
Elementary School Age
Emerging Adults, Older Adults
Babies/Toddlers, Preschoolers, Elementary School Age
Parking - 15 spaces
Public Transportation -
Bus Routes 1 and 215
MTS Trolley - Green Line
Computers for Public Use - 25 available
Meeting/Study Rooms -
1 meeting room with 80 capacity
2 study rooms
Language Collections -
Juvenile Spanish and French book collections, and a few other languages in adult DVD.
Adult Spanish and French books but very limited.