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Tutoring Centers in the Library

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Get help with writing, math & stats! 

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Coretta Scott King: 50 Years Strong

Coretta Scott King: 50 Years Strong

A new exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Coretta Scott King Book Award.

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Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Did you know we have online access to the Chronicle of Higher Education?

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An Update on Comics at SDSU Library

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Happy Comic-Con, Everybody!

Comics @ the Library

Media Equipment

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Did you know that you can borrow tablets, cameras, and audio gear for free?

Media Equipment

Hub Closing Early

New Student Orientation begins Fri, July 12, 2019.  To accommodate the large groups of new students coming to the Library to register for classes, the Library Computing Hub will be closing at 2:30pm on the following days...

Closed for July 4th

sdsu library closed july 4

The Library will be closed on Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day.

Resources for Faculty

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We offer a wide variety of support and services for faculty teaching and research.

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Aztecs on D-Day

Normandy landing, from the War Department Archives

Did you know that Aztecs took part in D-Day and wrote about their experiences?

Read the D-Day Letters

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