Starting August 16, 2021, members of the CSUSM community will have access to spaces within the Kellogg Library building during the hours specified below.
Fall Semester Hours
|Oct 18 - Dec 4||
|Book stacks||Open to all visitors. For information, to check out or return materials, and more, please visit the Circulation and Reserves Desk on the 3rd floor or the Media Library Desk on the 2nd floor of the University Library.|
Available in the Technology Learning Center on the second floor of the Kellogg Library building.
|Group Study Rooms||
Open for groups and individuals with advance reservations.
|Lockers for Contactless Pickup||
Use OneSearch and the Luxer app to obtain books and other items.
|Mail to Home||Continues through the fall semester. Due dates are no longer being extended and materials must be returned by the date they are due to avoid charges. Renewals can be requested for Interlibrary Loan materials but are determined by the owning library and may not necessarily be granted. If a renewal is not granted, a second copy may be requested.|
|Requests for digital access to materials||Will be filled when possible. Please use the Interlibrary Loan request forms to request digital access. If digital access is unavailable, a physical copy may be ordered. If you do not wish to receive a physical copy, please indicate so in the notes field of your request.|
Having trouble using the library to do research for your courses?
CSUSM librarians can help you with that and are available to help you via chat, telephone, and email during the hours of operation listed on the Library Hours and Events webpage. All other times, librarians from our partner libraries can help you through chat! Keep in mind that your CSUSM librarians are more familiar with your assignments and CSUSM resources, so our partner librarians may forward your after-hour questions to us for follow up on the next business day.
Have a question that needs a bit more time and attention?
Make an appointment with a subject specialist librarian. Subject specialists know how to find the best information for your projects and papers because they are familiar with the databases, books, and resources for that subject.
Special Collections is open for virtual research consultations. Requests for reproductions of archival materials are possible, subject to staff schedules, condition of materials, and amount of documentation to be reproduced. In-person research requests may be possible dependent on campus/county situation and departmental scheduling. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the Special Collections and University Archives Request Form to schedule an appointment. Please contact email@example.com to discuss History instruction, History course guide creation, or Special Collections instruction.