Faculty can request course-related material to be placed on course reserve for students. We do not accept items that can be accessed via SacCT. This includes paper and scanned documents, electronic links to journal articles, eBooks, and course readers. We welcome your submissions for books and media not available in electronic format.
Course Reserve requests will be processed in the order they are received. Please submit all material at least two weeks in advance of the date course materials will be used in class.
We encourage you to use affordable educational content offered through the CSU's Affordable Learning Solutions website: http://als.csuprojects.org/home
Note: The Library does not purchase textbooks. Sac State faculty may submit personal copies for Course Reserves. The Library is not responsible for any lost or damaged personal materials. We purchase single copies of the most recent edition with a cost limit of $400. The Library does not purchase workbooks, lab books, etc.