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Troubleshooting Off Campus Access to Resources

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We've got tips to make sure you can access library materials from wherever you are.

Off Campus Access

NYT Education Program

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Sign up for a a complimentary subscription to the New York Times Online! Available to SDSU students, faculty, and staff.

NYT Subscription

New LGBTQIA+ Titles

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In recognition of Pride Month, we're featuring some of the new LGBTQIA+ books we've purchased for the collection!

New LGBTQIA+ Titles

New Art and Design Titles


Check out some of the new books in the field of art and design that we've purchased in the past few months.

New Art and Design Titles

Congratulations Class of 2022!

Congratulations Class of 2022!

Way to go! You've accomplished so much! 

Luna Visit

Mon, 5/9 @ 4:30 pm

Your Voice Matters to the Library

Take the 2022 Library Survey

The University Library is collecting feedback from students on their experience with the library. Please respond by May 6, 2022.

Baxter and Luna Visit

Tues, May 3 @ noon

Baxter and Luna

Carlos Lazcano Sahagun Talk

Tues, 4/19 @ 11 am

Sahagun Talk

Adaptive Performance of Brown Girl Dreaming

Brown Girl Dreaming, Jacqueline Woodson’s lyric memoir about finding her voice as a young African American writer, will be collaboratively adapted for performance by the students in Professor Dani Bedau’s THEA 510 advanced Creative Drama course. This 30-minute adaptation will focus on themes of civil rights, education and learning, and growing up African American in the 1960’s and 70’s. This hybrid piece will feature live performance and a range of visual and mediatized images.