Student throwing a snow ball

Holiday hours

The Library has special hours over the holidays, including times when only the 24/7 Study Area is open.

Check our hours
Book drop

Finished with your library books?

You may return library books in the Donor Hall on the 1st floor, in a book drop outside the building or in front of Arts & Letters, or to a drive-up book drop in front of the SDSU Gateway Center.

Book return locations
Students with laptop

Wireless Printing

Send documents from your laptop, tablet or smartphone and pick them up at public print stations throughout the Library.

Send e-mail with attachment(s) to: GoPrint@library.sdsu.edu


Library Blogs

Library

Baxter Text us your photos of Baxter
December 16, 2014

Did you take a picture of Baxter the therapy dog during one of his visits to the library? If so, please share it with us! 

Reference

Crystal Pier Winter Break: Got a few minutes and want to be inspired?
December 18, 2014

Wish you had time to gain some insight into interests outside of schoolwork? Got a few minutes and want to be inspired?   Check out TED and watch “riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world!” 

Special Collections & University Archives

Vesalius Invasion of the Anatomical Body Snatchers!
October 27, 2014

October - the month when ghosts, ghouls, creepy crawlies, witches, monsters and other ghastly (but probably fictional) things come out to play.  So in celebration of All Hallow's Eve, we'd like to showcase some real-life creepers - historic anatomical prints.

Library Technology

Not sure what to watch? December movie recs
December 4, 2014

If you've been down to the Media Center recently, you may have seen the display of film recommendations put together by their staff.

Digital Projects

First graders staffing & using a supermarket mockup A school within a school
August 1, 2014

Originally called the “Training School,” the Campus Laboratory School was a real elementary, middle and high school.

Information Literacy & Instruction

Faculty: Are you updating your syllabus?
August 7, 2014

It’s not too early to request a library instruction session for your students.  Use our online request form.  Library & Information Access offers a wide range of instruction and tours, from basic orientation through highly specialized research guidance.