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About the Library
CSUS Library History (1947 - 2002)
A brief historical summary of the CSUS Library
Dept/Employee Directories
Links to library employee directory, library building directory, subject specialists and the campus directory.
Employment Opportunities
Information on current job postings for Faculty, Management, Staff and Student positions.
Floor 2 Floor Library Newsletter
Frequently Asked Questions
Giving Opportunities
Information on the Friends of the Library as well a how to give a gift to the library.
Information for Student Employees and their Supervisors
Liaison Newsletter
Library Exhibits
Library Intranet (password required)
Library Policies & Regulations
Library Virtual Tour
Maps to the Campus/Library
Floor Maps of the Library, Campus Map and Directions to Campus.
Off-Campus Access to Library E-Resources
The CSUS Library provide access to a wide array of databases, electronic journals, and other electronic resources for the campus community. Off-campus access is available to all current CSUS students, faculty, and staff. Students, faculty, and staff connecting to electronic resources from off-campus will need to authenticate themselves with a valid SacLink username and password.
Resource Guide for Users with Disabilities
The CSUS Library provides a number of services to assist users with physical, visual or learning disabilities in accessing the library's collections and services
Schedule of Hours
Sokiku Nakatani Tea Room and Garden
The Tea Room and Garden, located in the University Library, was dedicated on June 2, 2007. Through an active outreach program to the university campus and the community at large, the tea room and garden serves as a unique venue for the teaching and practice of the Japanese Way of Tea, as well as a center for cultural activities related to the arts of Japan. For details about upcoming Japanese tea ceremonies and other programs please visit:
Subject Librarians and Academic Department/Program Liaisons
University Library Gallery
Located on the first floor of the University Library, the Library Gallery occupies a central position on campus where it can be accessed by CSUS students, faculty and staff, and by the people from the larger regional community. The Library Gallery serves the educational mission of the University by introducing nationally and internationally significant art to the campus and to the Sacramento region.